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crémant

(French kremɑ̃)
adj
(Brewing) (of a wine) moderately sparkling
[C21: French, literally: creaming]
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Ingredients: 30ml Esprit de Figues, sparkling wine (we recommend Cremant de Loire).
99 Chateau de Champteloup Cremant de Loire iceland.
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The term for these sparklers is Cremant, followed by the name of the place--so, Cremant de Loire or Cremant de Bourgogne.
Lynne Words: Sainsbury's Taste The Difference Cremant de LOIRE, FROM PS11 Why buy?
Fizz: A consistent performer in the Cremant stakes is Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Cremant de Loire.
The Nice Sophia-Antipolis University and the CNRS (Nice Sophia-Antipolis University) has a 3d bench and an anechoic chamber at LEAT (Campus Sophiatech, Sophia-Antipolis), which is shared with Orange Labs under the CREMANT .
He has identified a few sparkling roses that consumers seek out year-round, "a pinot noir cremant from Alsace and a malbec cremant.
Egalite, an impressive Cremant from Burgundy, France, the next best thing to Champagne, features notes of peach and honey blossom, with a clean, dry finish.
Cremant is from France--generally either Burgundy, Alsace or the Loire--and it very understated and elegant, like Champagne, but without the length and complexity.
The wines from Saumur and Alsace in France, the Clairette de Die and Cremant de Bourgogne are all in single figures.