Champagne

France's most northerly wine producing region sits to the east and south-east of Paris, covering four distinct areas centred around the town of Epernay. The slopes of the Montagne de Reims are home to Pinot Noir, while Chardonnay fares particularly well in the chalky soils of the Côtes des Blancs, and the Marne Valley and Aube vineyards champion fruity Pinot Meunier. The 'marginal' climate with cold winters and temperate summers is ideal for the production of light, crisp wines that will go on to become the inimitable Champagne.

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