Brut Sparkling Wine
What does brut mean? From the Latin brutus, meaning not sweet, dry. It is in fact a type of sparkling wine with a final sugar residue lower than 12 g/l; at the tasting will therefore appear very dry, full of freshness and warmth. The aromatic notes are able to emerge, however often giving way to pleasant hints of bread or pastry given by the stay on the lees. The wide selection of brut sparkling wines and the use is equally ample: it is a particularly current type, which has been able to renew and dedicate itself to every national and international cuisine. Generally, white, rosé or red, a brut sparkling wine will always be an excellent aperitif, drinkable and enveloping at the same time. It often happens to come across wonderful brut sparkling wines, ideal company for menus based on fish, white meats, vegetables and medium-structured dishes. Able to be more and more universal, and to reach out to everyone. A 4-6 degree flute will allow you to maintain perfect perlage and aromatic bouquet until the magical moment of tasting.