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Used to designate the driest Champagne or sparkling wine cava Spanish word for sparkling wine
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A rhyming chronicle, as the Brut d'Angleterre and Le Roman de Brut, by Wace (twelfth century) Brut is the Romance word bruit (a rumour, hence a tradition, or a chronicle based on tradition) It is by mere accident that the word resembles “Brute” or “Brutus,” the traditional king (See next column )
(of champagne) extremely dry
A term that refers to a very dry sparkling wine
{i} champagne mixed with a small amount of alcohol
A term to describe champagne as dry
This refers to the driest type of champagne or other sparkling wines very dry sparkling wine
This is a term that refers to the driest champagnes Brut champagnes are even drier than formulations labeled "extra dry "
A relatively dry Champagne or sparkling wine, often the driest wine
A dry Cava Butifarra - A type of sausage particularly popular in Catalonia and the Balearics
It means dry in Champagne
French word for dry
A general term used to designate a relatively dry-finished Champagne or sparkling wine, often the driest wine made by the producer
Used to describe very dry Champagne or Sparkling wine; 0 5 to 1% sugar added Less than 15 grams of sugar are added per litre (The EEC only allows 9 grams for dry table wines )
A French word meaning "raw" It is used to describe champagne and other sparkling wines that are very dry, with a low sugar content
French for 'Dry' A general term used to designate a relatively dry-finished Champagne or sparkling wine, often the driest wine made by the producer
(extra-dry) qualifies dry sparkling wines, with only little sugar
Very dry (unsweet) reference to Champagne or sparkling wine
Dry or lacking sweetness, used in reference to sparkling wines This is the driest type of champagne normally sold; see also "extra dry "
{s} rude; not sweet, unsweetened (of wine)
In the U S the FDA describes this as chocolate that does not contain any sugar, though it may contain natural or artificial flavoring This pure chocolate is intended for cooking as only real fanatics will enjoy this very bitter chocolate substance with a solid cocoa content in excess of 85%
Term for dry Champagne or sparkling wine
French for 'Dry'
A term used to designate a relatively dry-finished Champagne or sparkling wine, often the driest wine made by the producer
art brut
(French; "raw art") Art produced by people outside the established art world, particularly crude, inexperienced, or obscene works created by the untrained or the mentally ill. The term was coined by Jean Dubuffet, who regarded such works as the purest form of expression. See also naive art
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