MSP Magazine: American bubbles

It's only Champagne if it was produced in the Champagne region of France, but you can toast to the New Year with one of these American sparkling wines, hand selected by Bill Coy, MSP Magazine's wine columnist.
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It's only Champagne if it was produced in the Champagne region of France, but you can toast to the New Year with one of these American sparkling wines, hand selected by Bill Coy, MSP Magazine's wine columnist.

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