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Coordinates: 48°58′20″N 4°00′37″E / 48.9722°N 4.0103°E
Avize is a commune in the Marne department in northeastern France.
The village's vineyards are located in the Côte des Blancs subregion of Champagne, and are classified as Grand Cru (100%) in the Champagne vineyard classification.
Located in the heart of the Côte des Blancs, Avize is a village wine with many Champagne houses. About 1800 villagers, 400 winegrowers who harvest every year, 3350 tons of famous grape. Its fermentation within the 12 km of the city cellars gave birth to the most prestigious wines of Champagne: Blanc de blancs. A treasure with flavors of orange and grapefruit that attracted the most beautiful houses in Avize: Moët & Chandon, Veuve Clicquot and Roederer. Major champagne houses were founded in Avize as De Cazanove (1811), Koch (1820), or Bricout (1966).
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