It's always the right time for a good glass of 🅲🅷🅰🅼🅿🅰🅶🅽🅴! Am I right? 🥂
But did you know that to be called Champagne the wine must meet specific requirements? 🤔 🔆 First of all can only come from the Champagne area, in France, and must be produced with selected noble vines of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier or Chardonnay.
The wine must be made sparkling with the method “classic” or "champenoise". 🔆 The Classic Method or Champenoise Method (for the Champagne produced in the homonymous region) differs from the other sparkling methods because it carries out the second fermentation, and therefore the sparkling process, directly in the bottle, resting in horizontal position for an average duration of 24/36 months, with peaks of 120 and over. 🔆 The Champagnoise method gives life to more structured and full-bodied wines, with richer notes mainly linked to yeast and a finer and more persistent perlage. 🔆 Look at the bubbles in those two glasses. Aren’t you thirsty already? 🤤
Drinking 🆃🅰🅸🆃🆃🅸🅽🅶🅴🆁 🥂 @champagnetaittinger
And what is your favourite champagne? Share it with me! 😋🤗