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Boston beans to Champagne: fabulous foods that put places on the map

Lovefood Logo By Ella Buchan of Lovefood | Slide 3 of 33: Today, many other sparkling wines are made using the Champagne method (where a secondary fermentation happens once the fizz is bottled), but only bubbly produced this way in France’s Champagne region can be legally labeled with the name. Dom Pérignon remains a byword for fine fizz, although the best-selling Champagne is Moët & Chandon, followed by Veuve Clicquot. Pop a bottle of fizz and make one of these Champagne cocktails

Champagne

Today, many other sparkling wines are made using the Champagne method (where a secondary fermentation happens once the fizz is bottled), but only bubbly produced this way in France’s Champagne region can be legally labeled with the name. Dom Pérignon remains a byword for fine fizz, although the best-selling Champagne is Moët & Chandon, followed by Veuve Clicquot.

Pop a bottle of fizz and make one of these Champagne cocktails

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