The vineyards producing Champagne sparkling wine are located in France, where they have a continental climate influenced by the Atlantic. Temperatures remain regular and relatively low with high rainfall.
Which varieties stand out in the A.O.C. Champagne?
The most used varieties are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunieur. Champagne is the most famous sparkling wine on the planet with an immense annual production of French champagne. The best French Champagnes are at LaVinateria.
What makes Champagne special?
The Second fermentation or Champenoise tries to put the bottles in a specific way so that there are no deposits of unwanted substances in the bottom of the bottle and they stay in the neck. With the Second Fermentation of Champagne, a very creamy sparkling wine with an exquisite bubble is obtained.
What do Champagne Brut taste like?
Champagnes tend to be fruity sparkling wines although they vary depending on the level of sweetness: extra brut champagne, brut champagne, semi dry champagne or sweet champagne. We also find champagnes or rosé champagnes depending on the combination of grape varieties. In this case, Champagne Brut have less than 12 grams per litre of added sugar.
Which are the champagnes that stand out the most at LaVinateria?
Our selection is of the best champagnes from the Champagne region, you will find champagne veuve clicquot, rosé champagnes, affordable champagnes, the best champagnes, champagne moet & chandon, champagne car, champagne dom perignon, champagne bollinger and many different varieties of Champagne at a very economical price.