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Champagne Perron-Beauvineau

· Aube, Grand Est
1 acre hosted by Na ?.
3 glamping pitches · 3 motorhome/tent pitches
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80% vineyard and 20% tiny, natural, loveable campsite – the perfect ratio.

As any red-nosed soul will expound between hiccups, France has a somewhat well-deserved reputation for its wine. It produces some of the most esteemed inebriants in the world, rendering a certain dedicated exploration into the subject essential. A pilgrimage of gratitude could begin with the most famous region, producing the most famous wine – Champagne. Of all the tipples in existence, none other comes close for sparking the imagination or exuding sheer glamour.

The Perron family have spent 110 years and five generations of history in the pursuit of champagne, working their business through biblical upheavals of war and pestilence. Marilyn Perron recently had the idea of evolving oenological tourism for the Aube area and opened the gloriously intimate and ecologically clean Sauleraie – a campsite with a dual purpose.

In the first instance it is a convenient retreat for those wishing to explore the Aube area’s forests, lakes, plains, and rolling hills by bicycle or on foot. A short walk brings you to Meurville – a beautiful village nestled between vineyard-topped slopes, where more than a dozen families make champagne. In the main square by the church a tourist map provides a label-by-label guide around the village producers, each virtually within staggering distance of each other. A little way out of town it’s possible to walk in the vineyards themselves, or take the Champagne Tourist Route that winds between them. Workers harvest the grapes from late August onwards, making this a good time to visit. The second purpose of La Sauleraie is as an approved bird sanctuary with a small wild lake and nesting boxes for every winged creature, from predators to prey. Wild ducks and geese frequent the lake, and the introduction of pollinating prairie plants and shrubs is under way in order to attract a wider pool of species.

Settled around the lake, the campsite has a rural feel without being disconnected. Vineyards and fields creep up the slopes and there are mature weeping willows, pines, and hedges softening the space. Nature-lovers have been well catered for and a limit of six tents on one side of the lake ensures that it feels spacious even when full.

If the weather is appalling, or a little more luxury is desired after sipping bubbly, the Perrons have built three themed log cabins. These fustes sleep up to four people and are sympathetic to the environment, with sheepskin insulation and vegetal roofs. Small and perfectly formed, each has its own features and comfortable decoration. The Tsukiyo cabin has a basin and a small fountain outside; Salama has mature pine trees and hammocks; while Kalyani enjoys a terrace. Although these cabins share the camping loo block and lack a kitchen sink, breakfast can be provided and a stay of five nights or more will find you rewarded with a bottle of champagne.

Everyone who visits the site is invited into the rather grand family cellar and tasting-room in Meurville. Here you will find out more about the Champagne Tourist Route, be introduced to their own brands of fine wine, discover how the drink is made and why so much struggle surrounds its production. The variables that affect a vineyard during a year are genuinely staggering. Understanding this undoubtedly aids appreciation and enjoyment of the different vintages.

Perhaps the most memorable aspect of staying with the Perrons is the opportunity to be guided through the region by such a dedicated, respected champagne producer. The Perron passion for the business shines through. Chin-chin.

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Aube, Grand Est, FranceTraditional, ancestral territory of various First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Na ?.Joined in October 2011
23 Ratings · 37 reviews
Sarah B.recommends
October 26, 2023
Grass Pitch
Camping in the region was amazing. The site has everything you need. Plus you can go champagne tasting. This is our second time staying and it’s perfect.
Martin C.recommends
October 5, 2023
Grass Pitch
Highly recommend small family site
What an amazing place to camp. A very small (6 pitches) but lovely, natural site set on a family vineyard. Good facilities for a small place, very clean shower/toilet block and walking distance to several champagne tasting places. Sarah and her family give a very warm welcome. Her dinner hamper was super and great champagne tasting in the family bottling centre with all the history. Highly recommend
Victoria M.recommends
September 7, 2023
Grass Pitch
Clean, quiet, small site. Friendly.
Absolutely lovely campsite in a beautiful area of Champagne. Great for those who like a quiet camp, near enough to some cute towns and villages. We camped in out VW T5 and cycled around to taste the delights of the region. It can be hilly for those of us not considered elite athletes, so be ready! Clean toilet and shower facilities. Excellent tasting session. Flat grassy pitches. Well maintained site. Helpful and friendly welcome.
Claire B.recommends
August 17, 2023
Grass Pitch
Lovely campsite & champagne tasting. We took a chilled bottle back to enjoy.
Charlotte N.recommends
July 15, 2023
Grass Pitch
Great little campsite and excellent wine tasting. The hamper was a true taste of France and we thoroughly enjoyed it! Make sure you go to the reception first (in the village) before the campsite so you can pick up the key fob.
Fiona L.recommends
July 13, 2023
Grass Pitch
The Lindsays
We had a fantastic overnight. Great campsite with lovely hosts. Unfortunately we missed the complimentary tasting but enjoyed a wonderful hamper with champagne. We would certainly love to return and would very much recommend for others!
From the host
We are a familial champagne house in the heart of La Côte des Bar en Champagne. La Sauleraie is a very quiet, small and natural campsite consisting of 6 pitches and 3 wood cabins called "fustes", Kalyani, Salama and Tsukiyo. Sanitary facilities are shared.Two electrical and potable water hook-ups are accessible from between the pitches. Our 3 fustes are all personalized (themes are India for Kalyani, Africa for Salama and Zen for Tsukiyo) with a capacity between 3 and 5 people. From this property of 8600m², you can have a nice view on the vineyard around. The closed pond offers a protected area to birds.On the "Champagne Tourist Route", ideal for hiking, bike or motorcycle ride.We invite you to a champagne tasting in our cellar at 6 o'clock from Monday to Saturday. Discover a big choice of cuvées with high maturity (minimum 5 years). You will learn more about champagne process and about the history of our Champagne region.We own also a guesthouse "L'Haubette", labeled "Gîtes de France 3 épis", with 5 bedrooms.
Nearby attractions

Troyes, capital city of the Aube department is recommended for a visit and is only 30 miles (50 km) from Meurville. Numerous museums and medieval buildings pack the narrow streets of this historical city. During the second week of June it hosts various Champagne Fairs.

The Champagne Tourist Route is a 373 miles (600-km) signposted circular trip through the beautiful "Region du Champagne" and  tourist offices can point you in the direction of champagne producers with cellars open to the public. Running between Bar-sur-Seine and Bar-sur-Aube the trail leads through Meurville and can be picked up there.

For cultural visits in Côte-des-Bar: the cistercian Abbaye of Clairvaux funded in the 12th century by St-Bernard, the cristal museum in Bayel (ex Cristallerie Royale de Champagne funded under the reign of Louis the XIV), the house of the impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir in Essoyes, the Memorial Charles de Gaulle in Colombey-les-deux-Eglises, the amusement park Nigloland.

About 19 miles (30 km) north-west of Meurville is the "Lac d’Orient". It is the largest one out of the three man made lake in the Orient Forest Regional Natural Park,  once home of the Knights Templar. It includes two marinas and three sand beaches, the Espace Faune (wildlife area), an educational farm in Champs-sur-Barse, a tree climbing park in Lusigny-sur-Barse, an ecomuseum in Brienne-La-Vieille and a Napoleon museum in Brienne-le-Château.

The Aube has countryside of gentle rolling hills and picturesque views, it is a lovely place to take a walk or hire a mountain bike and explore. If  you travel by car, you will pass many villages where you will want to stop and relax.

Switch off the satnav, leave with a full tank of petrol, and see where it takes you.

Food and drink

Meurville is a village of 180 inhabitants. The nearest quality restaurants are Le Cellier in Bar-sur-Aube, 5½ miles (9 km) away, Le Moulin du Landion in Dolancourt, 4½ miles (7½ km) away, La Chaumière in Arsonval, 6 miles (10 km) away, Le Val Moret in Magnan (15km) and Marilyn Perron’s personal recommendation La Petite Auberge in Arsonval, 6 miles (10 km) away, or Au Petit Bonheur de Fontaine, 6 miles (10 km) away, which serve both typical local food.

You can have a drink or a lunch from Monday to Friday in L'Auberge du J.B. in Couvignon (2km).

You can also order to us a 3 course meal-hamper, simple made home dinner including a bottle of champagne Tradition (to book minimum 48h before).

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