Sparkling wine is the broad term for any wine with a fizz. Sparkling wine is not exclusively made in one location and can be produced in three different ways. Sparkling wine gets its bubbles from the high levels of carbon dioxide present and usually is either white or rose; however, it is possible to get a red wine that sparkles. Sparkling wines span across a sweetness scale with Extra-Brut Sparkling wine being the driest and absent of any sweetness. Brut, the most popular variety of Sparkling wine has just a subtle hint of sweetness. Extra dry wine, as described by its name is a dry type of fizzy wine, but not as dry as the Brut and therefore possesses slightly more sweetness. The sweetest Sparkling wine is the Demi-Sec and usually an accompaniment for dessert.