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Order Champagne in Lekki, Victoria island, Ajah etc Lagos.  Delivery available. 

What makes Champagne so special? It is the most prestigious sparkling wine in the world made only from grapes grown on the chalky soils in Champagne, the most northernly of France’s wine regions and about an hours drive east of Paris.  Only three grape varieties are permitted, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Curiously, for a wine that is white it is actually made mainly from black grapes, however there is minimum contact between the skin and the juice.

Each grape variety has its own distinct features. Each Champagne house has its own proprietary mix that defines its house style. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier are the three major varieties used in Champagne. Champagne can be prepared from a combination of all three kinds, two varietals, or even just one

A good way to judge the quality of Champagne is by looking at its bubbles.  Tiny, very fine bubbles well integrated into the wine are a sign of a well made Champagne.  Only sparkling wine made in the region of Champagne using this method can be called Champagne.  However, there are other parts of world  producing top class sparkling wine following the same method. Such as Napa Valley in California, England, South Africa, New Zealand, Francicorta in Lombardy, northern Italy,   and of course Cava.

A wedding toast, a baby’s birth, a ship’s christening: momentous occasions call for Champagne, the most celebratory of bubbly beverages. Champagne gains its distinctive yeasty, nutty aromas from a yearslong process of fermentation and aging that creates a sparkling wine of unparalleled complexity.

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