Alcohol Content of Champagne?


Champagne is a celebratory drink that is normally served upon important occasions such as engagement parties, weddings and New Years Eve. The alcohol content of champagne is around 12% ABV. Apparently champagne can intoxicate you quicker than wine of the same alcohol content because of its' bubbles.
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Most bottles of champagne will have between 11% and 13% of alcohol, and at 14% they go into a higher tax bracket.
Alcohol content in champagne varies between 10.5% and 13%; 11% is t...
Claret has 6-10% content, Shiraz 10-14% White/medium 10.7% White/dry 11% Red/medium 11/5% Dessert wines 14-20% Zinfandels 17-22% Syrahs 17-23% and Port wines 20%
Are you in the United States? If so - look at the label. Alcohol content is required to be displayed. It may be small - look close.
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