Question:

Does Brandy contain more sulfites than wine?

Answer:

There are far less than 10 parts per million (ppm) of sulfites in brandy. The maximum levels of sulfites that a wine can contain are 160 ppm for red wine, 210 ppm for white wine and 400 ppm for sweet wines.

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