Why go there?
Discover the wonderful world of chocolate, from a cocoa bean to a bar of chocolate, in the middle of subtle aromas and delicious smells.
The visit to the production workshop with explanations and demonstrations of traditional know-how will allow you to understand all the stages involved in making chocolate.
You will receive a complimentary tasting of the house’s speciality at the end of the visit. You will be able to purchase sweets typical of the Champagne region.
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- Hydro-alcoholic gel available
- Contactless payment
- Mandatory face masks
- Jeunes talents du tourisme
- Vignobles & Découvertes
Average length of stay
Continuous guided tour
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Yes, we are able to make a 3D replica of your head entirely out of chocolate. It is a source of pride, because we are the second company in the world to be able to do this. The first was Japanese.
It’s a simple process: from a 3D file created at the chocolate factory or at home using a smartphone, we make a mould; then we make your head out of chocolate, with a praline or popping candy fi lling.
Is there a local chocolate speciality? If so, what is it?
One typical product of the region is chocolate corks, or ‘bouchons’, filled with champagne liqueur. These are also our speciality, and we make them in ten different flavours, including marc de champagne, fi ne de Marne and ratafia.
Which of your chocolates has the most original flavour?
We make a non-alcoholic bouchon with a popping candy praline filling that reflects the Champagne region: when you eat this chocolate, you let it melt in your mouth and, after a while, the taste
of the praline gives way to an explosion of crackles. This recipe was created seven years ago and it has become one of our flagship products.
You have just launched a new activity: can you tell us more about it?
In addition to tours of the chocolate factory, we now offer tours of Pierry on electric scooter, an original mode of transport that is environmentally friendly and silent, giving visitors an insight into the town, its history and its champagne houses. We round off the
tour with a visit of the chocolate factory, complete with chocolate-tasting.
- Credit card
- Postal or bank cheques
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Durée moyenne de visite
Closing comment: Sunday