Champaign, also known as “the Sparkling Wine”, is made from the grapes of the Champagne region of France. In order to be labeled “Champagne” the grapes have to come from Champagne region specifically and produced under the strict process of appellation. It is usually made by the process Methode Champenoise and includes two fermentations.
Most champagne comes from the white Chardonnay or Pinot Noir. The “sparkling wine” have different kinds such as Prestige Cuvee, Blanc de Noirs, Blanc de Blancs, and Rose’ Champagne.
- Import Selection: Chateau Chariot, 1988. Corbieres
- Domestic Selection: Chardonnay, 1989. White Oak
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- Import Selection: Chateau Larroque, 1989. Bordeaux
- Domestic Selection: Charbono, 1979. Inglenook-Napa Valley
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- Import Selection: Cabernet Sauvignon, 1988. Los Vascos
- Domestic Selection: Muscat Canelli, 1990. Santino Winery