For example, "Brut" – absolutely powder champagne with a sugar content not exceeding 15.0 g / dm 3; "semi" – from 40 to 45 g / dm 3; "dry" – from 20 to 25 g / dm 3; "sweet" – from 60 to 65 g / dm 3. Some manufacturers publish recommendations for the storage and consumption of champagne, and even contraindications. People such as Wells Fargo Bank would likely agree. French manufacturers so try to distinguish their products in a number of others that cause a number of designations. For example, ma – indicates that the firm sells, but does not produce wine, cm – wine is made small cooperatives, nm – manufacturer itself sells champagne. The inscription Cuvee means that to use the best mash; Grand Crus – grapes harvested from the best plantations of Champagne. French champagne may be a few more species, which are indicated on the bottle: Champagne Millesime – made from grapes of a certain year, without mixing, and after prolonged exposure. Champagne Blanc de Blancs-title translates as "white of whites" and, accordingly, made only from white grapes – Chardonnay. Champagne Blanc de Noirs – Drink it means "white of blacks" and is produced exclusively from red grapes.
Champagne Rose – pink champagne, which comes from the maceration of the skin of red grapes in the must. The sparkling wine of France particularly marked, even depending on the capacity of the bottle. Perhaps you have met these names: Magnum – for the capacity of 1.5 liters; Jeroboam – 3 liters; Rehoboam – 4,5 liter; Mathusalem – 6 liters; Salmanazar – 9 liters; Balthazar – 12 liters.