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Methode traditionnelle (Fr.)

Traditional method (of making sparkling wines).

Sparkling wines made by this method undergo the second bubble-forming fermentation in the actual bottle in which they will be sold. The term is widely used on labels of sparkling wines from outside Champagne.

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