Sparkling wine is a generic term for beverages containing wine which are under pressure due to their carbon dioxide content.
This overpressure must be 20 degrees and at least 3 bar at bottling, because only then is it considered to be sparkling wine.
A distinction is made between quality sparkling wine (German sparkling wine) made from German grapes, sparkling wine b.A. from specially protected growing regions and winegrowers' sparkling wine made from 100% winegrowing grapes.
Outside Europe, Crimean sparkling wine, Crémant from defined A.O.C. French regions and Spanish cava are produced from the Ukrainian peninsula Crimea and Crémant.
In order to achieve a relatively constant taste, different wines are blended together. Compared to sparkling wines, sparkling wines are bottled at a higher pressure.
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