Brut

very dry or sugarless, particularly in reference to Champagne.
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Brut

Term for dry Champagne or sparkling wine.
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brut

[adj] - (of champagne) extremely dry
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Brut

French word meaning 'bone dry' in champagne. Not really used for other wines. (Don't splash it all over - keep it in the glass and enjoy.)
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Brut

A extra dry.
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Brut

Brut intransitive verb [ French brouter , Old French brouster . See Browse , noun ] To browse. [ Obsolete] Evelyn.
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Brut

Brut noun (Zoology) See Birt .
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brut

adjective (of champagne) extremely dry
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Brut

• (n.) See Birt. • (n.) To browse.
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Brut

any of several medieval chronicles of Britain tracing the history and legend of the country from the time of the mythical Brutus, descendant of ...
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Brut

A French term for a very dry champagne or sparkling wine
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Brut

Brut or Brutus was a hero of Troy, the great-grandson of Aeneas. On his banishment from Italy he managed to reach Albion (Britain) whose gigantic warriors he overcame in battle and so took possession of the island.
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Brut

This is a term that refers to the driest champagnes. Brut champagnes are even drier than formulations labeled "extra dry."
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Brut

[cologne] Brut (bʁyt) is the brand name for a line of men`s grooming and fragrance products first launched in 1964 by Fabergé. The Brut line would grow to include aftershave, balms, and deodorant. Packaged in a green glass bottle with a silver-coloured medallion, it is still sold as of 2014. ==History == In 1968, a budget range was market...
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Brut

Generally used by sparkling wine producers to describe their driest wine.
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brut

french term denoting dry champagnes or sparkling wines.
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Brut

A French term used to describe the driest Champagnes.
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brut

Fr. A reference to the amount of sugar added to sparkling wines during the dosage period of winemaking. Brut literally means dry, but the wine may have a little residual sugar.
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Brut

A general term used to designate a relatively dry (low sugar content) Champagne or sparkling wine.
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Brut

French term referring to the driest (least sweet) Champagne. Drier than
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