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Whats the difference between wine and champagne?

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Champagne, which can only be bottled in the Champagne region of france, contains carbon dioxide (or sparkles) in addition to the wine. This is produced during fermentation, and is not injected afterwards. Champagne IS a wine.. just one that has CO2 to make it bubble. Everyone else that makes "Champagne" in France must call it something else, and there are several different sparkling wines.

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Champagne comes from a specific part of france and is carbonated.

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Specific species of champagn grapes are used for chamagn and carbonation is added. Wine grapes are entirely different species.

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Bubbles!

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