The vineyards producing Champagne sparkling wine are 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 Meunier. 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 the Champenoise method consists of placing the bottles in such a way that unwanted substances are not deposited in the bottom of the bottle. With this Second Fermentation of Champagne, a very creamy sparkling wine with an exquisite bubble is obtained.
What do Rosé Champagnes 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 rosé champagne depending on the combination of grape varieties. Rosé champagnes are very gastronomic, sophisticated, and difficult to make. Rosés from the Pinot Noir variety have flavours of fig, berries, and red fruits.
How are Rosé Champagnes made?
There are different methods to make rosé champagnes such as maceration, assembly and adding a food colouring. Rosé champagne has a very affordable price with a very high quality.
Which are the champagnes that stand out the most at LaVinateria?
Our selection of the best champagnes from the Champagne region. You will find Veuve Clicquot Champagne, Rosé Champagne, Cheap Champagne, Expensive Champagne, Best Champagne, Moet & Chandon Champagne, Dom Perignon, Bollinger Champagne, and many other different Rosé Champagne brands at a very affordable price.