Types of Champagne

The characteristic all sparkling wines have in common is the presence of bubbles, or that fizzy appearance and taste we associate with effervescent wine.
The most well known type of sparkling wine is Champagne. Champagne (with a capital “c”) is produced only in the region of Champagne in France. By law, it can only be made with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

  • Champagne – By far the most luxurious drink of all is Champagne, a well-known produce of France. Champagne is savored in moments of celebration, and the prices reach the levels of its worldwide fame.

  • Cava - The Spanish have their delicious version of Sparkling wine, known as Cava, mostly coming as Brut and Semi-Sec, and as white and rosé.

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