Which of the following is the driest style of Champagne or sparkling wine?

A. Brut

B. Extra Dry

C. Demi-sec

D. Extra Brut


Extra Brut is a very dry Champagne or sparkling wine with less than .6 percent of sugar per liter. Brut is a dry to very dry style containing less than 1.5 percent of sugar per liter. Extra Dry is slightly sweeter than Brut. And Demi-sec, with 3.3 to 5.0 percent of sugar per liter, is sweeter than Extra Dry.

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