Champagne Castelnau to open visitor center in 2020

29 June, 2018

Champagne Castelnau has bought a villa property in Reims, France to act as a new visitor and events center to open in spring 2020.

Launching as Villa Castelnau, the property is situated close to the Reims Heritage Site dedicated to Saint-Nicaise and was previously the function house of the local air base colonel.

 

Villa Castelnau will be a dedicated space for events, tourism and visitors and Pascal Prudhomme, managing director of Champagne Castelnau, believes the space is an opportunity to express the brand.

“Villa Castelnau will provide the environment for exciting brand activity,” said Prudhomme. “We plan to hold events showing Champagne Castelnau’s audacious and adventurous attitude, working with a range of partners including talented chefs. 

“As partners of the ADIAF (The Association for the International Development of French Art) we will host multi-cultural gatherings and original exhibitions linked to art and design. 

“Sport, which we support in different ways, in particular cycling, is also likely to play a part in some original ways. 25 Boulevard Pasteur will be the home of our champagne and a place of inspiration.”





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