Maybe you saw it at a party, flirted with it at a wedding, or even picked it up at a liquor store. After all, who doesn’t love a bottle of bubbly? But, did you ever wonder what the “Brut” on the bottle meant? We’ve got your back.What Is Brut Champagne?
Brut Champagne is a dry sparkling wine, and happens to be the most popular type of champagne exported from France.Are There Different Kinds Of Brut Champagne?
Yup, there’s actually three. From driest to sweetest: Brut Nature, Extra Brut, and Brut.Is Brut Champagne Sweet or Dry?
Dry. Sparkling wine is usually labeled according to the sweetness spectrum. Brut Nature is the driest champagne, followed by Extra Brut, Brut, Extra Dry, Sec, Demi-Sec, and Doux (sweetest).What Does Brut Champagne/Wine Taste Like?
With only a small amount of natural sugars in it, Brut champagne is a tasty balance of crisp fruit, minerality and buttery notes.What’s The Best Brut Champagne/Wine?
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