Brut Champagne is one of the most important and iconic types of the famous French bubbly, and has always been the symbol of excellence in elegance and luxury. It is mainly produced from Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Meunier grapes using the Champenoise Method, which consists of re-fermentation in the bottle, a technique legendarily attributed to Abbot Dom Perignon. It is often said that a wine is a reflection of the region in which it is produced, and in this case no other place like Champagne creates a fascinating synergy between product and terroir which seems to have remained unchanged for several centuries. Specifically, the Brut category is often mistakenly used as a synonym for sparkling wine, although it is actually a family that technically groups together all the bottles with a sugar content of less than 12 g/l. This is the case of the famous French sparkling wine, which is the most widespread and appreciated label in the world.