Champagne

According to the legend, the name Champagne is due to the Romans. Once they had taken possession of Gaul, they discovered this territory which reminded them so much of Campania; this is why Champagne has an assonance very similar to the Italian region.

Champagne enters in the list of the great French and world wine regions, boasts an extraordinary territory for climatic conditions and uniqueness of the soil, and is the icon that most of all represents style and elegance in the world. The region covers an area of ​​about 35,000 hectares at the 49th parallel, one of the most northerly wine areas in the world. The peculiarity of the soil lies in limestone and fossil soils, which give a clear imprint on the aromatic profile of the wines.

The four production areas of Champagne are the Côte des Blancs, Vallée de la Marne, Montagne de Reims and Aube, where the Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier vines find their ideal habitat. The blend of the three vines represents the classic version of Champagne, but there are also numerous exceptional pure versions of the individual vines. It is a sparkling wine which, depending on the blend, the duration of the chosen refinement and the different area from which it originates, can be combined with almost any occasion.

Among the infinite shades of Champagne, from Blanc de Blancs to Rosé, passing through Extra Brut and Grand Cru, we at Wine-online have decided to offer you, in addition to some of the most iconic brands that have made this sparkling wine great, such as Dom Pérignon, Moët & Chandon, Krug, Veuve Clicquot-Ponsardin, Billecart-Salmon or Ruinart, even many small producers that might surprise you.

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