Brut non-vintage (brut sans année or BSA in French) refers to dry champagne produced with wines of different years (vintages). The purpose is to blend together wines from different harvests to maintain the houses’ distinctive style in their champagne year after year. Brut non-vintage is considered the business card of any Champagne house, showing its craftsmanship, and embedding best its style. Brut non-vintage is often referred to simply as Brut.
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BSA, BRUT SANS ANNÉE