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Sweet White Wine

Getting Cozy With Sweet White Wine
Time for a quick chemistry lesson. Wine is made by the process of converting sugar from the juice of grapes into alcohol and carbon dioxide via yeast. If all (or nearly all) of the sugar is fermented out of a wine by the winemaker, then that wine is considered dry. If some residual sugar is left, then the wine is sweet. As in most cases, sweet wines can be crafted ...more
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2017 Au-Delà® Semillon

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2.7

“Round, Rich, Sweet”

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2018 Debts & Lessons® Riesling

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“Easy Drinking, Floral, Single Vineyard”

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2018 Loves Me Not Rosé

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3.4

“Silky, Perfumed, Sweet”

$15.99 Regular Price$13.99 Members
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2018 Loves Me Not White Blend

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3.2

“Round, Fruity, Sweet”

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2019 Debts & Lessons® Riesling

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“Quaffable, Bright, Single Vineyard”

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2019 Capuchon Rosé

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“Elegant, Bright Fruit, Food Friendly”

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Sweet White Wine

The first technique is used for sweet whites such as Port, vin doux naturals, and Australian “stickies.” Grapes are grown and harvested as they would be for dry white wine and fermentation in the winery is begun. After a short time, a fortifying spirit is added to the still-fermenting grapes, which serves the purpose of halting fermentation. Since not all the sugar has fermented out when the spirit is added, ...more