Winemakers around the globe are making great strides in sparkling wine, in some cases rivaling the paradigm of bubbly, French Champagne. This is a boon to operators who want to diversify the flavors, styles and price points of their sparkling wine selections. “I like Champagne a lot, but it is fun to discover something really tasty from South Africa, New Zealand, Australia or Chile,” said Eduard Seitan, partner in The Publican in Chicago and its sibling restaurants there, ...

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