Sekt

(German) Usually a simple sweet sparkling wine made using the transfer method.
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sekt

Ger. Sparkling wine. Most German sparkling wines are produced from bulk still wines purchased from other countries within the European Union. Sparkling wines made with German grapes will say Deutscher Sekt on the bottle.
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Sekt

German sparkling wine.
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Sekt

German sparkling wine.
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Sekt

German word for sparkling wine.
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Sekt

German word for sparkling wine. (The word "Champagne" is not allowed on German labels)
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Sekt

Sparkling wine (in German, Sekt or Schaumwein) is extremely popular in Germany. sparkling wine is produced by means of a second fermentation. A mixture of sugar and yeast (the tirage) is added to the base wines (the cuvée) so that a second fermentation will occur. The carbon dioxide naturally produced during fermentation remains in the wine and is...
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