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How Sweet is Sweet

All champagnes can be categorized according to dryness and sweetness in six ways. From totally dry (extra-brut) to sweet (doux).

The above chart shows the 6 categories of dryness/sweetness of all champagnes. The amount of the dosage represents grams per liter. The number attributed to the dot for each category represents the "residual sugar".

Fun Fact: Most rosés are actually dry not sweet!

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