Montreal cave à vin, Reims, France
At the Chateau Pommery Champagne winery in Reims, France, there are about 18 kilometers of underground caves that keep the Champagne at the perfect temperature for the year it spends in the bottle before being recorked and sent to market. The caves are named after cities, and the longest one (a full kilometer) is called "Montreal." It was given that name by Madame Pommery more than 100 years ago. She had never visited Montreal, but she liked the name.
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