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Champagne has a very characteristic flavour and texture that you can get from high-quality Champagne, and once someone has in fact tasted expensive and well-known champagne he will naturally never be satisfied by cheap champagne yet again. Champagne is actually a region in France in the northern part, not very far-away from Paris. Nevertheless, if champagne is not made in this region then it cannot be called real Champagne. The major differentiation between champagne and moscato wine is about the exact area where the wine is made. If the wine is made in Champagne, then it will definitely be called Champagne or else it would be a moscato wine.  Sparkling wine may be called champagne when it is made in Champagne area in France, or else it’s just a simple sparkling wine. In fact, Moet Champagne is a region in France, and wines that are made in this particular area can be known as Champagne.

Champagne goes well with diverse kinds of cheeses, appetizers, shrimp, and lobster along with different kinds of pasta, shell fish, baked fish, grilled fish, roasted pork, roasted beef, fruits, chocolates and desserts. The flavour of the food augments if you consume champagne with the food. Champagne goes well with red sauce, brown sauce, white sauce and other kinds of delectable sauces also.

On the other hand, moscato wine goes well with red sauce, brown sauce, bolognaise sauce, cheeses, roasted beef, roasted pork, roasted lamb, turkey and hunted meat as well. You can also take moscato wine along with desserts and even fresh fruits. It is better to take moscato wine simultaneously with food as the overall taste of the food would certainly enhance with the help from this lovely wine. It is cultivated with the finest grapes and you can expect utmost quality.

There are a number of finest and brilliant producers of Champagne throughout the globe like Abele, Billecart-Salmon, Ayala, Boizel, Cuperly, Bollinger, Charles Heidsieck and De Telmont. Some of the finest and well-renowned are Champagne Krug, Dom Perignon, Champagne Philipponnat, Champagne Dom Perignon, Champagne Taittinger, Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte, Champagne Pommery and Champagne Perrier-Jouet.

On the other hand, some of the best moscato wines are  Primo Amore Moscato - 750ml, Bartenura Moscato 2009 Muscat Wine, Villa Elena NV Moscato Rose Dolco, Barefoot Cellars Moscato 1987 187ml, Boeri Moscato D’asti Ribota 2009, Exclusiv sparkling moscato rose 750ml, De Bortoli NV Emeri Pink Moscato, Santero Moscato Rose and other brilliant moscato wines that can easily capture the imagination of wine lovers throughout the world. It must be noted that champagne is extremely popular all over the globe due to its brilliant taste, elegant aroma and extra liveliness while moscato wines tend to be graceful but have good taste as well.


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