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Champagne & Alsace in early March?

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Hi everyone! I'm planning a spring trip to France in the first 2 weeks of March. I'm wondering whether things will be open then in Champagne and Alsace. We are interested in seeing some small villages, doing some wine tasting, etc. I understand that it will be cold - we're ok with that, and I generally prefer off-season travel. I'm a bit more concerned that wineries and other things may not be open that early in the year. Right now my thinking is a couple of days in Paris, train to Epernay, spend one night there, train to Strasbourg, then rent a car and do a bit of the Alsace wine route. The other thing I was considering was Paris straight to Strasbourg, drive the wine route, then down to Dijon, and TGV back to Paris.

Any recommendations and suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

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