We have already written about this prestigious Champagne house, now it’s also time to virtually visit its cellars. Despite being surrounded probably by no less than 15 millions champagne bottles, at 18m of profundity, the first thing that catches one´s attention is the incredible and fascinating history of the cellars (once part of the galleries of Saint-Nicaise church – built in the XIII century and destroyed during the French Revolution). The cellars of Taittinger are an important segment of Les Coteaux, an UNESCO World Heritage. They have served as citizen’s refuge during the World War I, when Champagne region, and especially Reims, was devastated by the German artillery. The messages carved on the walls are the testimony of the difficult times Champagne went through during history.