Celebrating the New Year or other special occasions call for poppin’ some bottles of the bubbly, aka Champagne, aka Sparkling Wine. Today we teach you all about champagne from how it’s made to how to shop for various sweetness levels.
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The following terms are used to describe the sweetness of the bottled wine:
Extra Brut (less than 6 grams of residual sugar per litre)
Brut (less than 12 grams)
Extra Dry (between 12 and 17 grams)
Sec (between 17 and 32 grams)
Demi-sec (between 32 and 50 grams)
Doux (50 grams)
Gruet Brut Tasting Notes:
Aromas of green apple and citrus mineral notes make for a delightful start to this traditional sparkler. The Brut NV offers bright, crisp acidity complimented by a touch of yeast on the delightfully long finish. A classic house style!
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Looks like a good choice…I don’t like the sweet sparkling wine. 🥂
I prefer bone dry, which I was disappointed this had a little sugar