As of 2014, André California champagne, which is available in seven flavors, contains between 6.5 and 10.5 percent alcohol by volume. Its classic varieties of brut, extra dry and blush have a higher percentage of alcohol content than do the fruit-enhanced flavors, strawberry and peach passion.
André California champagne contains 2.3 to 10.7 grams of residual sugars per 100 milliliters, depending on the flavor. The product line, which is available in corked or resealable 750-milliliter bottles, can be found at liquor stores, grocery and convenience stores, and beverage distribution companies. Created by the E & J Gallo Winery in 1966, André California champagne is one of the best-selling, bargain-priced brands of sparkling wine in the United States.