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O’Chateau Champagne Cruise, Paris

O’Chateau Champagne Cruise Info ::

Cruise the Seine, experience breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower, and sip champagne on the O’Chateau Champagne Cruise!

Website :: http://o-chateau.com/portfolio-items/champagne-cruise/

Price ::

55 Euros ($58 USD) per Adult

45 Euros ($48 USD) per Student

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Hours ::

6:00 PM Monday-Saturday (May – September)

6:00 PM Thurs-Saturday (November – April)


Duration :: 1 hour


What You Will Taste ::

Three different Champagnes: generally one Brut, one Demi-Sec and one Rosé


What You Will Learn ::

You will learn about Champagne and visit Paris from the River Seine. The sommelier will serve you the Champagnes and will answer any question you may have, about Champagne and Paris.


What You Will Get ::

Three delicious Champagnes

One hour on the cruise with departure on the foot of the Eiffel Tour

A private room and a private deck at the front of the boat

An English speaking sommelier


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Meeting Point ::

The cruise meets at the Seine River Cruise Company dock, across the street from the footage of the Eiffel Tower.

Aside from trying Champagne while cruising down the River Seine, O’Chateau also offers day trips, private wine tastings, and has a full service wine bar and restaurant, located at 68 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 75001 Paris, France


History of Champagne ::

Champagne is a sparkling wine that comes from the Champagne Region of France, which is located in Northeastern France. Romans were the first to plant vineyards in this area, and while the exact date is unknown, it is widely speculated that Champagne came to fruition in the 4th or 5th Century.

Champagne has a massive range of sweetness, beginning with Brut Nature, which has between 0 and 3 grams of sugar per liter and no added sugar, all the way up to Doux, which translates to ‘sweet’ and has 50 or more grams of sugar per liter.

The Seine:

The Seine is a 777-kilometre-long (483 miles) river and an important commercial waterway within the Paris Basin in the north of France. The name of the river comes from the Latin goddess Sequana, the Gallo-Roman goddess of the river.

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