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Home > Drinks, Food > Food: Champagne Info #3 Méthode Champenoise

Food: Champagne Info #3 Méthode Champenoise

December 28th, 2013

It is almost New Year’s Eve and champagne (or other sparkling wine) will be on the menu. Why not learn a bit more about this bubbly concoction and increase your enjoyment of it?

Today, in honor of this amazing beverage, I present Champagne Info!


#3 Méthode Champenoise

How do they make Champagne? Simple, a process called Méthode Champenoise. In this way they first make a good white wine, then using a bit more yeast and bit more sugar, they cause a sec on fermentation in the bottle to create the famous bubbles. You can use a similar method to make homemade ginger beer and fizzy hard cider, too.

Champanhe descansando na Miolo.

Credit: Flickr User Nick Nicks

Here is some more information on Méthode Champenoise and how it is properly done

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