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Low Sugar level in Desiderio N°1 Prosecco DOC Brut

If you are concerned about the sugar level in Prosecco, it's important to check the label for the level of residual sugar (RS). The RS is a measurement of the amount of sugar that remains in the wine after the fermentation process is complete. Prosecco can have varying levels of RS, with some being classified as brut (very dry) and others as extra dry or demi-sec (slightly sweet).

Prosecco is available in 6 different sweetness levels, from Brut Nature to Dolce (Italian for Sweet). The International Sparking Wine Scale is applicable to most sparkling wines.

The amount of residual sugar in each bottle determines how dry or sweet the wine will be. The yeasts consume the sugar in Prosecco and turn it into alcohol during fermentation. The fermentation process requires a longer time if you want a drier Prosecco. If you want a sweeter Prosecco, the fermentation process will be interrupted earlier.

Extra Brut  0 to 6 g/l 

Brut  below 12 g/l

Extra Dry 12-17g/l

Dry 17-32 g/l

Demi-sec 32-50 g/l

Sweet more than 50 g/l


Prosecco Brut Dry


 The good news for Prosecco lovers is, Desiderio N°1 Prosecco DOC Brut has the lowest sugar level in comparison to average Prosecco in the market .


Prosecco sugar level


Desiderio N°1 Prosecco DOC Brut has 3gr/1lit , whereas the average sugar level of Prosecco in the market is around 10gr/1lit 

Enjoy your glass of Prosecco concern free with Desiderio N°1 Prosecco DOC Brut

Perfect choice for low sugar diet