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The Coteaux-Champenois AOC
The Montagne de Reims Regional Nature Park extends west of the Marne department. It comprises part of the Champagne vineyard, in which the Coteaux-Champenois red wine is produced. It is not sparkling like champagne and directly originates from Burgundy wines. Cistercian monks first planted its vines in the 13th century. In 1974, the red wines of the Champagne vintages obtained the AOC (Controlled Designation of Origin) label Coteaux-Champenois (Champagne's Hills). These are light wines, produced over a delimited area in the region's vineyard.
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