Cremant de Bordeaux is the most significant and popular sparkling wine production for the white and rose wines of Bordeaux in the southern western France, and has been producing wines for over 100 years. They are popular for the tight, persistent effervescence with a complex but delightful aroma.
The wines are produced using traditional methods of harvesting the grapes by hand and then transported in small baskets for production. The wine is subjected to a special and obligatory registry, blind tasted twice, and then twice fermented to get the final and perfect sparkling bubbles. The region produces around 9000 hectoliters of sparking white and 2000 hectoliters of rose every year.