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    6 de feb. de 2023 · Scholastique of Champagne, francés noblewoman (b. 1172) Walter III de Châtillon, noble francés y caballero; William de Valognes, Scoto-Norman Lord Chamberlain; Yolanda de Flandes, emperatriz latina y regente (b. 1175)

    • Champagne Grape Varieties
    • Champagne Styles
    • Production Process
    • Landscape and Terroir

    Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay are the primary grape varieties used to make Champagne – a recipe used for sparkling wines across the world. It is a little-known fact that four other varieties are also permitted for use in Champagne and are still employed today, albeit in tiny quantities. They are Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Petit Meslier and...

    The first wines produced in Champagne – more than a thousand years ago now – were unlike those we know today. They were typically pink-hued still wines made mostly from black-skinned grapes. There was certainly nothing like the variety of styles we now enjoy. Depending on exactly how a Champagne is made, can take any one of various forms. The key C...

    The production process for Champagne is similar to that for other wines, but includes an additional (and vital) stage, during which a second fermentation is started in the bottle by the addition of yeast and sugars. It is this that generates the carbon dioxide bubbles responsible for the pop and sparkle that are the symbols of Champagne. All Champa...

    Aside from the climatic conditions of the particular vintage and the characteristics of the grape varieties, there is a third component in the distinctiveness of Champagne. The landscape that earned Champagne its name (it roughly translates as "open countryside") undulates very gently over the white, calcareous soils of the Paris Basin. This famous...

  2. 12 de ene. de 2023 · Champagne can be produced in a number of different styles, depending on the producer’s choice of grape varieties. The most common style is Brut Champagne, a non-vintage dry house blend made...

  3. 24 de ene. de 2023 · Champagne is a sparkling wine that originates from the Champagne region of France. It is made using a traditional method known as methode champenoise, which involves fermenting the wine in a bottle instead of in a barrel. This process results in a wine with higher carbonation levels, which gives it its signature bubbles.

  4. 19 de ene. de 2023 · Champagne is a sparkling wine, which is actually named after the region in France where its grapes are harvested and where the traditional bottles are made. The father of champagne, Dom Perignon, has a bottle named after him – it is by far one of the most expensive! 4. Champagne’s inventor was a holy man. Perignon was, believe it or not, a monk!

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  5. Most champagne enthusiasts have heard of the Blanc de Blancs appellation, but do you know what lies behind the name? And do you know how the Mumm Blanc de Blancs is created? For Mumm RSRV Blanc de Blancs Millésimé—an outstanding 100% Grand Cru cuvée—Mumm selects the finest Chardonnay from the village of Cramant on the Côte des Blancs.