The Villa Demoiselle, the architectural symbol of the town of Reims, has just opened its doors. The flagship of a blend of Art nouveau and Art déco, it was built from 1904 to 1908 according to plans by the architect Louis Sorel. In 2004, Paul-François Vranken, presidnet of Vranken Champagnes, acquired the villa and undertook major restoration work which lasted almost five years. The very best craftsmen were engaged to restore the villa to its former glory whilst remaining faithful to the style of the era.
Step back in time and come to discover the champagne house in conjunction with a visit or reception and admire its decor that boasts a unique sophistication.
The Villa Demoiselle is neighbour on Pommery cellars. It is surrounded by a 5 800 m2 large garden and houses a collection of golden vintages.
Open from Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm. Closed 25 December, 1, 2 & 3 January. Paid visits upon reservation in French and English. Other languages: please contact us.