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7 Things to Do in Hautvillers

Up-to-Date 2024  –  By Culture Francia Team

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What to See & Do

Hautvillers Overall Appeal ★★★☆☆

  Name Appeal Type Visit Cost
01 Champagne Houses ★★★★★ Cellars + Tasting Guided Paid
02 Belvedere Dom Pérignon ★★★☆☆ Panorama Self Free
03 Vista Point North ★★★☆☆ Panorama Self Free
04 Vista Point Southwest ★★☆☆☆ Panorama Self Free
05 Streets ★★☆☆☆ Walking Around Self Free
06 St. Pierre Abbey ★☆☆☆☆ Abbey Self Free
07 Dom Pérignon Statue ★☆☆☆☆ Statue Self Free

01. Champagne Houses

An interior view of a Champagne house in Hautvillers, displaying an old wooden grape press filled with dark grapes, with various tools hanging on the wall in the background.

Appeal ★★★★★
Type Cellars + Tasting

Visit Guided
Cost Paid

Hautvillers is home to various but smaller Champagne houses compared to Reims or Epernay.  They offer a different experience for visitors. You can learn about the traditional methods of Champagne production and enjoy some great tastings.

02. Belvedere Dom Pérignon

Panoramic view from the Belvedere in Hautvillers, showcasing vast green vineyards and fields stretching towards a distant town under a clear blue sky.

Appeal ★★★☆☆
Type Panorama

Visit Self
Cost Free

Belvedere Dom Pérignon gives you stunning panoramic views of the Marne Valley vineyards. This scenic spot is perfect for soaking in the picturesque landscapes and rich heritage of Hautvillers. It’s located south of the village.

03. Vista Point North

A scenic viewpoint in Hautvillers with informational plaques in the foreground, overlooking vineyards and the sprawling landscape of fields and small villages.

Appeal ★★★☆☆
Type Panorama

Visit Self
Cost Free

Same description than the previous one but located north of the village.

04. Vista Point Southwest

Appeal ★★★☆☆
Type Panorama

Visit Self
Cost Free

Same description than the previous one but located southwest of the village. It’s also a picnic area.

05. Streets

The charming village of Hautvillers nestled among green vineyards with rolling hills and a clear blue sky in the background.

Appeal ★★☆☆☆
Type Walking Around

Visit Self
Cost Free

The village of Hautvillers is full of history and charm, known as the “Cradle of Champagne.” It has narrow, cobblestone streets and traditional houses.

06. St. Pierre Abbey

A side view of the Abbey Saint Pierre in Hautvillers, featuring a long building with arched windows and a tall bell tower against a clear blue sky

Appeal ★☆☆☆☆
Type Romanesque Church

Visit Self
Cost Free

St. Pierre Abbey, a historic Benedictine monastery, is where Dom Pérignon served as a monk.

The abbey includes the Saint Sindulphe Church and the tomb of Dom Pérignon.

07. Dom Pérignon Statue

A statue of Dom Pérignon in Hautvillers, depicting him holding a bunch of grapes, surrounded by greenery and stone steps leading up to the monument.

Appeal ★☆☆☆☆
Type Historic Figure Statue

Visit Self
Cost Free

The Dom Pérignon Statue honors the legendary monk Dom Pérignon, who made big contributions to the Champagne-making process. The statue is a tribute to his lasting impact on the world of wine.

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