- 15, quai de la Tournelle - 75005 Paris
- Tel : +33 (0)1 43 54 23 31
- E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Closed : Sundays & Mondays
- Metro station : Pont Marie
It is an invitation to discover the secrets of the history of the House of Taittinger that we propose to you to live through an exclusive and completely new experience in the heart of the Château de la Marquetterie, a pure jewel built in 1734 and safeguarded by Taittinger. Clinging to the slopes of a hill of Champagne vines, this manor house enjoys a remarkable view.
For one day, we offer you the opportunity to live an exceptional experience.
At 11:30 am, you will discover the majestic facade of the Château and be welcomed in the sublime courtyard. After a few steps, you will visit the vineyards and discover the monumental wine press, a unique historical place.
The mild weather will then allow you to taste the great vintages of the House of Taittinger during an aperitif served in the extraordinary garden, located above the charming village of Pierry.
Lunch will be served in the château’s dining room, where you will be greeted by our Maîtres d’hôtel and seated at your table, which will be set up according to the ritual of the Tour d’Argent. The art of entertaining will be at its peak in this place steeped in history, where you will be amazed by the elegant ballet of our Maîtres d’hôtels. Our Chef Yannick Franques, will then unveil to you the original gourmet score that he has imagined exclusively for you. An absolutely gourmet journey in this dream setting.
This journey through time will be revealed as an enchanted interlude in the heart of one of the most beautiful chateaux of the Champagne region.
A UNIQUE PLACE
It is in the middle of the Age of Enlightenment, in the heart of a renowned wine estate, that the construction of La Marquetterie began.
Over the years and through its successive owners, the gentleman’s residence of Pierry has welcomed many illustrious characters. As a young cavalry officer, Pierre-Charles Taittinger fell in love with it when he joined General de Castelnau’s staff in 1915. He bought the castle in 1932, and made it, 200 years after its construction, the cradle of the young Champagne house.