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Why Not Just Any Sparkling Wine Can Be Called Champagne

Champagne is valued an average of 33 percent higher than any other sparkling wine. Few people are willing to pay $50-plus for a bottle of generic French sparkling wine.

Are they toasting with Champagne or sparkling wine?

Are they toasting with Champagne or sparkling wine? Via pexels.com

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CLARA DALZELL

Tuesday, June 7, 2022

05:54:52 am

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CLARA DALZELL

Ms. Dalzell is the General Manager and Buyer for Flatiron Wines & Spirits in New York City. She has a DipWSET and is a student of the IMW and teaches private wine classes. In her copious amount of spare time she enjoys cooking, reading, games, and traveling. Her greatest loves are her daughter Sabrina and partner Billy, followed closely by Champagne.

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