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Karen MacNeil’s Champagne Pronunciation

To get you through the holidays, here are the common English pronunciations for some famous Champagnes

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  • Moet & Chandon Mo-ETTE and Chan-DON
  • Perrier Jouet PEAR-ee-ay Zhoo-ETTE
  • Bollinger BALL-in-jer
  • Tattinger TAT-in-jer
  • Roederer ROW-der-er
  • Veuve Clicquot VOUV clee-CO
  • Laurent Perrier La-RONT PEAR-ee-ay
  • Nicolas Feuillatte KNEE-co-las FOY-yat
  • Gosset GO-say
  • Krug CREWG
  • Deutz DOOTZ
  • Mumm MUM
  • Pommery POM-er-ay

Wine Expert Karen MacNeil is the author of The Wine Bible and the editor of WineSpeed. karenmacneil.com

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