This week?s Wine Word of the Week is Crémant. Official definition from Jancis Robinson?s The Oxford Companion to Wine: Crémant is a term used in France?s shorthand for the country?s finest dry sparkling wines made outside Champagne using the traditional method of sparkling wine-making. The term was adopted in the late 1980s, when the expression [...]
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