Champagne is among the oldest and most famous wines in the world, always synonymous with luxury, elegance and prestige.
It is produced in the French region of the same name using the Champenoise Method, starting mostly from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.
The accumulation of anecdotes and legends, the identification of the most suitable production areas, called 'cru', the great qualitative investment of the producers and a series of brilliant intuitions contributed to his great fortune all over the world.
The Champagne region covers about 34,000 hectares and inside there are 44 Premier Cru and 17 Village Grand Cru, the most historically best parcels. Obviously the labels that come from the most prestigious areas are the most expensive, but you can find excellent Champagne even at more affordable prices.
The particular climatic conditions and the soils rich in limestone and gypsum, generated by the raising of an ancient seabed, contribute to give the wines that lively freshness and that unmistakable savory and mineral profile, which have made Champagne famous all over the world.