Why are there bubbles in champaign?

1 Answer

After a base wine is made, additional yeast and sugar is added. Carbon dioxide is released as the yeast processes the sugar. Since this occurs inside a closed bottle, the gas has nowhere to go and is dissolved into the wine. It is released when the champaign is uncorked.

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