French name (German "white from white") for one White wine which was produced exclusively from white wine grapes. In general, this term for a champagne used exclusively Chardonnay grapes (ie without Pinot Noir or Pinot Meunier ) was produced. Alternatively, locally limited "Blanc de cramant" is used (see Cramant ). Except for Champagne This applies to a pressed exclusively from white wine grapes sparkling wine or sparkling wine. In contrast, a white wine or champagne made from dark grapes is called Blanc de noirs (literally "white from black").
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