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Champagne may be the most well-known sparkling wine in the world, but outstanding bubbly is now frequently made in other countries as well.

Since sparkling wine is produced all over the world, there is value in sampling sparkling wines that are produced at their best or ideal level in both expected and familiar locations.

This is the case for sparkling wines made outside of the renowned French region as well as Champagne. Of course, Champagne is included in the general category of sparkling wine even though

Historically, it has been regarded as superior to other sparklers and having a higher level of refinement, sophistication, and prestige.

Champagnes are typically the most well-known sparkling wines in the world; brands like Krug, Bollinger, Veuve Clicquot, and others are as recognisable as Rolex in the watch industry.

For instance, the 2016 Ferrari Perlé Rosé epitomised all that has made Trentodoc in Italy a darling among wine experts and a rising number of more casual customers.

It is a blend of 80% Pinot Nero and 20% Chardonnay that has spent more than five years on the lees. This has given the wine a savoury, gently spicy depth that makes a wonderful contrast to the more abundant berry flavour.

Despite not being Champagne, this Italian sparkling wine can compete with the best of Italy—and France, for that matter—because it is prepared using the metodo classico and the two key grape varietals used in Champagne production.

A wine like the Ferrari, which has strong linkages to the mountain terroir in Italy's Dolomites where it is cultivated, also fulfilled another valuable function for McCrossin. In fact, it happened with every sparkling wine she served in Aspen.

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