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The Champagne wine region is within the historical province of Champagne which is located in northeast France, about 100 miles east of Paris.
The term 'Champagne' is a legally controlled and resricted name - only wines produced in Champagne can be called so.
Champagne bottles come in a dizzying array of sizes, from the tiny quart (20cl) right up to the gargantuan Melchizedek, which is a staggering 30 litres!
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Munier are the primary grape varieties used to produce Champagne.
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