The type of champagne wine is determined by its dosage.
Indeed, it is the sugar of the expedition liqueur, used immediately after disgorging, which determines the type of champagne wine: brut nature, brut, demi-sec, etc.
After aging in cellars for many years, François Lecompte champagne will be disgorged: This processing consists of expelling the deposit from the bottle, adding a liqueur called « dosage or expedition liqueur » to the champagne, then inserting a cork, and cover it with a capsule and a muselet (wirecage) to protect it (a bottle of champagne contains 6 kg of pressure!).
The champagne will rest for a few more months to allow the liqueur to blend into the wine, before being served on your tables.
Champagne François Lecompte BRUT Millésimé, BRUT Rosé and Cuvée Céleste are dosed at 6g/litre.