Why go there?
With its 57-metre spire, the church dominates the vine-covered landscape laid out in the shape of a horseshoe. It perfectly illustrates the quiet beauty of these villages dotted here and there on the hillsides of the Montagne de Reims. Dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul, the listed church (12th and 16th centuries) has remarkable vestiges of the Romanesque period, like the capitals with their interlacing decor that can be seen as part of the tour of Romanesque churches in the Tardenois region. Around this impressive edifice are the prosperous houses of the wine-producers, who display their crafts by placing baskets, desks and barrels overflowing with flowers in summer.
Contact: Town Hall ? Tel.: +33(0)3 26 97 64.69