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A white wine, most commonly found in sparkling form - but sometimes in still and occasionally red or rose form, when it is known as Coteaux Champenois.

The only wine entitled to use this name is produced in a limited area of North-West France. The permitted area is a vast chalky plain around the towns of Epernay and Reims.

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