Champagne-Ardennes is the former administrative region of France. It is located in the northeast of France. The name of the area corresponds to the historical province of Champagne, and this place is quite famous for the sparkling white wine. This site derived its name in the form of Champagne after the eponymous wine region. The administrative part in the way of Champagne-Ardennes was formed in the year 1956. It has three prominent rivers flowing through its territory that comprises of Seine, Aisne and the Marne. In the south of the region lies the Plateau of Langres that reaches elevations more than 1,500 feet. The rugged Argonne Massif is in the northern part of the Champagne-Ardennes and is drained by the Aisne River.
The climate of this region is mild and remains consistent throughout the year. It is also the place that is best known to produce bubbly and high-quality wine in the form of Champagne. It is the hub for tourists in the summer and is also a pleasant place for locals to live year round. Temperatures vary from low 30s Fahrenheit during the cold winter to high 60s Fahrenheit in the months of summer. It receives 20 to 30 days of average snowfall that makes it a cold place. Rainfall is moderate in this region too with frequent thunderstorms. This keeps the summers from being dry.
The Champagne-Ardennes is quite famous for its production of sparkling and bubbly white wine. The wine of the region hence bears the name of the part. Quite interestingly, the viticulture boundaries of this place are legally defined and are split into five wine producing districts. If someone visits this site in the summers, they would be greeted by a large number of tourists who love to flock to the wine producing area.