Extra Dry Champagne is a sparkling wine produced from grapes grown in the Champagne region of France, but can now be seen grown all over the world. Champagne production demands secondary fermentation of wine in a bottle to create the carbonation you and everyone else enjoys so much. You can use the term champagne as a generic term for all sparkling wine or you can consider the term champagne reserved only for the sparkling wine that comes from Champagne, France.
There’s nothing better than popping a champagne bottle during a special occasion. The bubbles of champagne are formed during the second fermentation process. For the second fermentation the winemaker takes still wine and adds a few grams of sugar and a few grams of yeast. This yeast and sugar convert to carbon dioxide (the bubbles) as well as turning into alcohol. This wine transformation makes for millions of bubbles trapped, sending massive pressure that can amount to about 80 psi in the typical bottle of champagne or sparkling wine.
Extra Dry Champagne is not as dry as Brut Champagne. This champagne is best as an aperitif. So pop some extra dry bottles of champagne for a party or feast as a before meal drink. Buy champagne online today for your special occasion!