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7 Reasons Why You May Love Giorgia

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7 Reasons Why You May Love Giorgia

From the name you probably wouldn’t have a clue what it was! Maybe if you knew the producer, Ca’Salina, that may give you an idea that it would be something rather special.   You may love Giorgia if: You love a dry wine. Giorgia has just 3g per litre of residual sugar and classified as a “Brut Nature” (ie, very low sugar).  So if you enjoy a dry wine, look for lower sugar wines for health reasons or are watching your weight (as this wine will be lower in calories than many), Giorigia is just perfect. You like sparkling wine. Giorgia is fully sparkling...

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Six Sweetness Levels of Prosecco

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Six Sweetness Levels of Prosecco

You may be surprised to discover that Prosecco is available in 6 different sweetness levels, from the fairly new classification (for Prosecco) of Brut Nature, the driest, to the sweetest style Demi-Sec.   The International Sparking Wine Scale is applicable to most sparkling wines including Champagne, Cava and English Sparkling Wine.  However, not all sparkling wines are made in every classification – that depends mainly on if there are rules governing the category, on the winemaker or the suitability of the grape. BRUT NATURE (also known as Brut Zero, Ultra Brut, Pas Dosé or Dosage Zéro), 0 – 3 g/l of residual...

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