Executive summary by Darmansjah
Champagne (French pronunciation: sapan) is a historic province in the northeast of France, now best known for the sparkling white wine that bears its name.
Formerly ruled by the counts of Champagne, its western edge is about 100 miles (160 km) east of Paris. The cities of Troyes, Reims, and Épernay are the commercial centers of the area. Most of Champagne is now part of the French administrative region of Champagne-Ardenne, which comprises four departments: Ardennes, Aube, Haute-Marne, and Marne.
The name Champagne comes from the Latin campania and referred to the similarities between the rolling hills of the province and the Italian countryside of Campania located south of Rome.
In the High Middle Ages, the province was famous for the Champagne Fairs.
Castle life in Champagne country, Les Crayères is an unmatched treasure trove of comfort and elegance, a place with soul and sensuality, decorated entirely in a spirit of sophistication and delicacy. Le Château never ceases to reinvent and modernise its grand chateau style.