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Watch How the World's Best Bubbly Gets Made in 'A Year in Champagne'

This forthcoming feature film offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how Champagne is produced.

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Check out this clip from A Year in Champagne, the second in a trilogy of feature films by writer/director David Kennard dedicated to exploring wine. Pioneering wine importer Martine Saunier who lead Kennard first film in the series, A Year in Burgundy, again serves as a guide, taking cameras behind the scenes for "a rare glimpse" into six Champagne houses "from small independent makers like Champagne Saint-Chamant, where each and every bottle is still turned by hand in the cellars, to the illustrious houses of Gosset and Bollinger, which have been instrumental in shaping the image of Champagne around the world," says a release.

The third film, A Year in Port, is slated for a future TBA launch.

A Year in Champagne comes out March 6 in select cities and also online via iTunes.

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