Doux Champagne


A type of champagne with more than 50 grams of sugar per liter.


Other names: sweet champagne, dessert champagne
Translations: Doux šampanietis, ドゥーシャンパーニュ, Doux šampanas, Doux الشمبانيا, Champagne Doux, Doux 샴페인, מותק שמפניה, Ду-Шампань, Na sulat Champagne, Doux शैम्पेन, Ду-Шампань, Doux香槟, Дукс шампањац

Physical Description

Doux champagne is a bubbly, sweet alcoholic beverage usually served as a dessert wine.

Colors: Golden yellow

Tasting Notes

Flavors: Sweet
Mouthfeel: Carbonated, Crisp, Bubbly
Food complements: Any desserts, Fresh fruit, Cheese
Substitutes: Champagne sec or demi-sec

Selecting and Buying

Seasonality: january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, opctober, november, december
Choosing: The more expensive the Doux champagne, the better the taste or quality. Also choose a popular or trusty brand.
Buying: You can buy Doux champagne at your local liquor stores or in the alcoholic beverage section of grocery stores.

Preparation and Use

Doux champagne is usually poured into a glass cold with no ice or any other mixers. It is commonly eaten with strawberries.

Cleaning: Doux champagne is ready to consume right out of the bottle.

Conserving and Storing

Cork or cap any leftover champagne and keep it in the refrigerator. Consume soon or else the bubbles will all be gone and the champagne will simply taste flat.


Doux champagne is usually drunk with dessert or as a dessert wine. Champagne is often used in times of celebration.



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