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Sparkling wine is the generic term for wines that contain a certain amount of carbon dioxide. The carbonic acid comes either from the first or second fermentation of grape must or wine or it has been artificially dissolved by impregnation. This sparkling wine is then referred to as "aerated sparkling wine".

Sparkling wine, unlike other wines, is under pressure. The cork is therefore held by the clasp. This wire frame prevents the cork from shooting out.

Sparkling wine is produced in numerous wine-growing countries. In Germany and Austria there is sparkling wine or Winzersekt, in France champagne and crémant, in Italy sparkling wine is called