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urn:gs1:gdd:cl:SweetnessLevelOfAlcoholicBeverageCode
Code List : SweetnessLevelOfAlcoholicBeverageCode
Definition : Indicates the descriptive term that is used by the product manufacturer to identify the sweetness of the alcoholic beverage. These are sometimes placed on a label. In some markets, the term is based on the amount of sugar content according to local regulation.
Domain : GDSN
Status : CURRENT
Publication Date : 22 September 2021
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Code ValueNameDefinitionChange DateVersionStatus
BRUT Brut This term is used to describe those products that are labelled Brut (very dry). Please refer to local regulations for allowable sugar content. 22 September 2021 1 CURRENT
BRUT_NATURE Brut nature This term is used to describe those products that are labelled Brut Nature. Brut nature has no added sugar. Please refer to local regulations for allowable sugar content. 22 September 2021 1 CURRENT
DRY Dry This term is used to describe those products that are labelled Dry. Also known as Sec Please refer to local regulations for allowable sugar content. 22 September 2021 1 CURRENT
EXTRA_BRUT Extra brut This term is used to describe those products that are labelled Extra Brut. Please refer to local regulations for allowable sugar content. 22 September 2021 1 CURRENT
EXTRA_DRY Extra dry This term is used to describe those products that are labelled Extra Dry. Please refer to local regulations for allowable sugar content. 22 September 2021 1 CURRENT
MEDIUM Medium This term is used to describe those products that are labelled Medium or Medium sweet. Please refer to local regulations for allowable sugar content. 22 September 2021 1 CURRENT
MEDIUM_DRY Medium dry This term is used to describe those products that are labelled Medium Dry. Also known as Demi-sec. Please refer to local regulations for allowable sugar content. 22 September 2021 1 CURRENT
OFF_DRY Off-Dry The sugar range that goes beyond the style officially declared as dry and is below the semi-dry declaration. Please refer to local regulations for allowable sugar content. Example: In Germany the term is used to describe wines that are labelled "Feinherb" (Off-dry). The term isn’t part of the local regulation but is allowed to be used as official code according to a specific court ruling. 09 December 2022 1 CURRENT
OTHER Other The value needed is not listed or is not defined within this list’s individual code values and definitions. Please send a work request into GS1 or your solution provider requesting the code you are searching for. 22 September 2021 1 CURRENT
SWEET Sweet This term is used to describe those products that are labelled Sweet. Also known as doux in some markets. Please refer to local regulations for allowable sugar content. 22 September 2021 1 ARCHIVED