22 July 2009
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Q.What is the process involved in making Champagne?
A.Champagne is produced by a process known as Methode Champenoise, involving fermentation in the bottle, and removal of sediment by turning and freezing.
Q.Where is real champagne made ? X
A.Champagne is produced exclusively within the Champagne region of France, from which it takes its name. It is produced by Methode Champenoise.
Q.What is the name of the process to put bubbles in champagne and then getting the sediment out of the wine?
A.Champagne bubbles are produced by the Methode Champenoise. Turning bottles so sediment settles is known as remuage. Disgorgement removes the sediment.
Q.Why is champagne generally more expensive than wine? X
A.Champagne is expensive as it must endure a very laborious 11 step process known as the Methode Champenoise, which incorporates very rigid procedures.