Vertus is a historic city with regard to its heritage. She welcomed the Counts of Champagne in his castle which remains today only the door Baudet. She also gave birth to the poet Eustache Deschamps who served the kings Charles V and Charles VI.
Today, the town is part of the Champagne Tourist Route (vineyard of the Côte des Blancs) and won the Sustainable Beautification Award in 2009 and 2010.
Culinary specialty: eggs in Meurette with Red Virtue.
Gionges is located near Vertus and Mesnil-sur-Oger.
The village of more than 500 inhabitants bathes in the vineyards.
The locality of Oger became famous by hosting the residence of Léon Bourgeois, initiator of the League of Nations and Nobel Peace Prize. It is located between Epernay and Vertus hills south.
Today, this wine village of the Côte des Blancs is crossed by the Champagne Tourist Route. His reputation is all the more important because he received the Gold Medal of the European Flowering Prize in 2005.