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Champagne     Burgundy Food Science 470 Wine Appreciati on Dr. Christian E. BUTZKE Associate Professor of Enology Department of Food Science
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 Champagne  Bourgogne ( Burgundy )  Chablis  C ô te d’Or  Côte de Nuits  Côte de Beaune Champagne & Burgundy
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La France  
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 Champagne   Burgundy  Chablis  C ô te d’Or  Côte de Nuits  Côte de Beaune 250 miles
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A Recent History of France  1806 France invades Germany   1809 France invades Germany   1870 France invades Germany   1914 Germany invades France  1940 Germany invades France  1990 Germany wins Soccer World Cup  (+’54,’74)
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A Recent History of France
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Champagne          vs. Sparkling Wine   Crémant  de Bourgogne,Bordeaux,Alsace  etc.   Mousseux  de Savois   Blanquette  méthode ancestrale   Pétillant  de Bugey Other “Vins Effervescents”: 
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 Champagne limestone-chalk  plain
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Topography of France
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Come quickly,  I am tasting the stars! Dom Perignon, at his first sip of Champagne
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Brief History of Champagne  1668  Benedictine monk Dom Pierre    -1715 Pérignon “invents” Champagne  1816  Mme. Barbe Clicquot “invents” rémuage ( riddling )  1919  Versailles treaty protects Champagne  2005  US-EU treaty protects Champagne
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American  Champagne
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Global Wine Trade 2004  US wine to Europe:  $  487 million  EU wine to US :   $2,300 million  French wine to US: $   974 million
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Women of Wine Commercialization due to skills  of the  3 Widows of Champagne Mme. Barbe Cliquot      - Riddling Mme. Louise Pommery   – Brut style Mme. Camille Roederer   - Premium champagne (Veuves)  
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Champagne  Labels
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Champagne Bottles 1 Bottle   agnum  Jeroboam  Rehoboam  Methusalah 12 Salmanazar 16 Balthazar 20 Nabuchadnezzar My Judy Really Makes Splendid Belching Noises  www.champagnemagic.com/sizes.htm
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Champagne  Sabering www.champagnesabering.com
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