As in 'Vive Britagne !' or 'Cool Britagne !' or even 'Chilled Britagne !'
It of course implies a region.
But it also suggests a sparkling wine that draws from the tradition of 300 years of great Champenois winemaking, whilst remaining proudly British.
Britagne can only be made from Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay grapes, in this country, where second fermentation occurs in bottles and a number of other viticultural and wine-making techniques are rigorously adhered to. Such wines will accordingly be designated as being made under the 'Méthode Britannique’.