May 28, 2022

Champagne is a sparkling wine that is produced by subsequent fermentation of wine in a bottle in which carbon dioxide is released, and it was named after the French province of Champagne. While some winemakers use the name champagne for their sparkling wines, in many countries this name can only be used for wines that come from Champagne. Only three varieties of grapes are allowed to be used for the production of champagne. Rich, refined wines are obtained from Pinot Noir, which grows on limestone terrains. Pino menus are grown in the colder parts, which are characterized by high yields and spicy aromas. It is found everywhere, but is rarely mentioned. The third variety is Chardonnay, which is an indispensable component of champagne wines - a counterweight to the rich aromas of Pino noir, it is refined, elegant, but sharp.

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Wine Style magazine - Champagne