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The champagne has always been synonymous with luxury and is the ideal choice when you want to celebrate an important event,, today it is very easy to buy many labels online, technically it is defined as an effervescent wine, obtained with a technique called Champenoise. It derives from three different grape varieties, the only ones capable of producing Champagne, which are: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. They are grown in the Champagne region, on the outskirts of Paris. This fact and the complex legislation that regulates its production, make Champagne particularly prized and expensive. The main difference with sparkling wine is that the latter represents an effervescent wine obtained from various types of grapes grown in the world, making it less prized and more easily produced. Historically, the champagne was created by a French monk, Dom Pierre Pérignon (from whom the most important producer takes his name) who, in 1670 took care of an abandoned vineyard in the abbey where he had just been transferred. He worked hard on the selection of the right quality of grapes which to make wine from, refining the production techniques and working up to (on how he managed there are various discordant legends) produce carbon dioxide that made it unique and extremely pleasant in flavour.

Given the positive results, from that moment on the production process was automated and perfected, making sure that the champagne was appreciated everywhere and making it a symbol of well-being and success that has been handed down to the present day. Currently, the various types of French champagne that can be purchased online, differ in colour, as they can be white or pink depending on the type of grapes: the blanc de blancs is obtained from white grapes, while the blanc de noirs is obtained from black grapes. The dosage of sugars is a step that before processing involves the addition of mixtures made of wines, cognac and other distillates.

The production of champagne involves a handmade harvest of the grapes, as they must be perfectly intact and the bottle that contains it, in general, must be longer and thicker than the normal wine bottles. In addition, grapes of different vintages are often used to ensure a sort of oenological continuity and to create a more refined taste, with a flavour composed of different nuances. Another curiosity is the way in which it must be served: never frozen but fresh, at a temperature between 6 and 8 degrees, up to 10 degrees for more mature versions. Moreover, in ancient times, it was uncorked fencing a saber, that means that it was used a saber to troncate the cap from the neck of the bottle. This ancient and scenic art is returning to fashion on particularly important occasions.

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