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Crémant

The word Crémant is used for French sparkling wines made outside of the Champagne region, but nonetheless still made using the traditional Champagne method of second fermenation in each bottle. Important examples include Crémant d’Alsace, Crémant Bourgogne, and Crémant de Loire.

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