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Definition of "brix" []

  • A scale for calibrating hydrometers used for measuring the concentration and density of sugar solutions at a given temperature (noun)

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Use "brix" in a sentence
  • "Also critical is the fruit's so-called brix, or sugar level."
  • "A semidry wine like a rose or white Zinfandel can be picked at 20 to 21 "brix," the industry term for sugar level."
  • "It measures "brix", or the ratio of sugar in solution in a liquid)"
  • "A semidry wine like a rose or white Zinfandel can be picked at 20 to 21 "brix," the industry term for sugar level."
  • "It measures "brix", or the ratio of sugar in solution in a liquid)"
  • "But, that concern turned into enthusiasm when the merlot came in around 23 brix and the cabernet franc at 22 brix, with the cabernet sauvignon close behind."
  • "A good time was had by all and they emerged from the vineyard with a ton and a half of frozen grapes, which were quickly turned into 120 gallons of nectar that measured 38 degrees brix and 2.9 pH."