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07 January 2017

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Trip to the Champagne region for the Ms Fine Food and Wine

Trip to the Champagne region for the Ms Fine Food and Wine

As part of their studies, students on the Ms Fine Food and Wine Management course were able to go on a two-day study trip to the Champagne region, where they could meet industry professionals.

After just enough time to drop their bags off at the reception, the students went straight to their first visit, to the Roger Coulon Champagne House, a 10 hectare domain that is managed using sustainable wine-growing principles.

 

After just enough time to drop their bags off at the reception, the students went straight to their first visit, to the Roger Coulon Champagne House, a 10 hectare domain that is managed using sustainable wine-growing principles.

 

For the last visit of the day, the students explored the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Reims, with a guided tour given by Patrick Demouy, a professor in Medieval History and an expert in the history of Champagne in France, its fairs and wines.

 

The next morning, the students visited Caves Taittinger, a Champagne House founded in 1734, which exports its unique Champagne wines all over the world. Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger was also the sponsor of the Bristol promotion of the Ms course in 2014.

 

Next, the class went to the restaurant, Le Jardin des Crayères, which combines unusual interior design in steel, stone and wood to delight the eyes and a cuisine inspired by the Champagne terroir and seasons to delight the taste buds!

 

 

This trip served to enrich the knowledge of the students on the Ms Fine Food and Wine Management course, combining gastronomy and history to enhance their cultural understanding.

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