Sparkling wine from Bordeaux, made by the traditional method (méthode Champenoise), is called what?

A. Bordeaux Mousseux

B. Crémant de Bordeaux

C. Bordeaux Champenoise

D. Bordeaux Cristal


Crémant is French sparkling wine made outside of the Champagne region using the traditional Champagne method. There are 7 designated regions (AOCs) in France that can produce Crémant: Alsace, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Die, Jura, Limoux and Loire. Produced from the main grapes in the region, Crémant de Bordeaux can be a sparkling white or rosé.

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