Only the sparkling wines from the region of Champagne that are
produced in its traditional method, following the strict
directives of the Champagne AOC laws, can be called ¡°Champagne¡±.
The vineries of Champagne and Bourgogne are fundamental pillars
in French viticulture and became protected under the UNESCO
World Heritage Centre program in July, 2015.
Thanks to the great Benedictine monk Dom P¨¦rignon, many on the
planet now celebrate festive occasions with bottles of
Champagne has conquered the palates of many an amateur of
Anglo-Saxon wine. From its conception, it has enjoyed immediate
success in all of Europe. It quickly became known as the ¡°King
For over ten years, the rosy champagne has held a remarkable
reputation. Understandably so, for it seems impossible not to be
enchanted by such a delicate beverage. It is, after all, the
only rosy French wine that can be made by mixing red and white