Champagne, famous throughout the world for the quality of its sparkling wines, is one of the most surprising winegrowing regions in France. Champagne, also known as “Vin de Champagne” is a French wine protected by a controlled designation of origin (AOC). It is obviously native to the region of Champagne, in France, where the main grapes used to produce it are Chardonnay (white grape), Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier (black grape varieties) in various blends. Listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site since 2015 and breaking export sales records that same year, it is now one of the most dynamic vineyards in France, particularly due to constant innovation in its cuvées and winemaking methods.
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