How are traditional method sparkling wines made?

Wine Types
Simply put, sparkling wine is a wine that has bubbles! Although there are different techniques for creating sparkling wines, some of the best-known, such as Champagne and Cava, are made by a process known as the traditional method.

In the final episode of our 3 Minute Wine School Series, we explain how bubbles are captured in the bottle…

– Episode 01: How do vines grow?
– Episode 02: What is the lifecycle of a vine?
– Episode 03: Why is oak used in winemaking?
– Episode 04: What makes a good vintage?
– Episode 05: How does geography affect a wine’s style?
– Episode 06: What determines the colour of a wine?

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The 3 Minute Wine School series was produced in association with SommTV

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