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Sparkling

Sparkling wines are known for effortlessly making any occasion a celebration, with their glistening bubbles and extravagant presentation. There are numerous famed sparkling wines, yet nearly all of these are made using two methods: Méthode Champenoise, also known as the Traditional Method; or the Charmat Method, also called Metodo Martinotti. Usually taking the name of the wine’s origin, may it be the region or country, these sparkling wines give a unique insight to their geographic roots and production processes. We have Italian Prosecco which is made via the Charmat Method, while German Sekt can be produced in either method. Whereas Italian sparklings from the Franciacorta DOCG and Trento DOC, Spanish Cava and of course, Champagne from France are made using Méthode Champenoise. Wines made using Méthode Champenoise are widely perceived as better quality due to their lengthy and meticulous production process. ...
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