This new travel guide is a gift to the Champagne region.
The latest Louis Vuitton Reims City Guide is an invitation to discover the Champagne universe.
Moët Hennessy partners new Louis Vuitton City Guide celebrating the wealth of the Champagne region. From the city to the Montagne de Reims plateau and the region’s world-famous vineyards, the latest travel & gourmet tome is an invitation to meet the locals and discover a unique art de vivre.
While the Champagne region is world-renowned for the eponymous elixir, it also has much, much more to offer visitors. Alongside the sparkling wine that embodies French art de vivre, refinement, elegance and celebration is an ebullient and dynamic region bursting with creative energy all year long. With great restaurants, a thriving arts and music scene and superb architecture, Reims enjoys a well-deserved reputation that extends well beyond the champagne vineyards.
“We are always eager to promote our terroirs and celebrate the Champagne region, and this guide is a gift to the region. As a leader in champagne production we want to pay tribute to the people behind the global appeal of champagne and support a region where many of our Maisons have their roots and history,” says Philippe Schaus, Chief Executive Officer of Moët Hennessy.
To capture the atmosphere of the region and reveal rare finds, a dozen journalists and specialists combed the city and the surrounding area. They met passionate people with amazing talent, visited monuments, explored stores and wine cellars and dined incognito at the best restaurants to prepare this new luxury guide.
The guide reveals a wealth a hidden riches throughout the region. Presented by four themes – Hotels, Restaurants, Bars & Cafés, Art & Culture – these must-visit addresses are accompanied by comments from the authors. The latest tome in the collection also adds profiles of the inhabitants of Reims. Famous or not, these cellar masters, chefs, artisans, football stars and journalists all express the soul of their city. Their stories show why they share such a strong attachment to the region where they have long lived and worked, offering insights into the singular essence of the remarkable Champagne region.
“For this volume, Louis Vuitton explores the entire Champagne region, stopping at vineyards from the valley of the Marne to the mountain of Reims,” explained Louis Vuitton. “With more than 150 independently-selected addresses, the City Guide features special guest and Reims-native Yuksek as well as photos by Denis Bourges of Tendance Floue, portraits of local figures by Jonathan LLense, illustrations by Laurent Cilluffo, and recommendations from a Michelin-starred chef, a fine arts curator, a performer born into a show business family, and a stained-glass artist,” added the luxury powerhouse.