Warmer weather means better British champagne

04/30/2013 | Washington Post, The

Despite having similar soil to France's Champagne region, Britain consistently produced lesser bottles of bubbly -- until now. British producers of sparkling wine are crediting climate change and warmer weather for their higher quality bottles that are experiencing boosted sales.

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