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|Wed, 05-07-2003 - 8:05am|
Dry wine, in the technical sense, contains virtually no residual sugar. All of the natural sugar in the grapes has been converted into alcohol through fermentation. Sweet wine is really fruitiness. Ripe wine grapes, when fermented, yield a wine that tastes of fruit (but curiously, not usually of grapes), and fruitiness powerfully suggests sweetness. This week why don't we post what type of wine we like "dry" or "sweet" and any wine recommendations you might have for the type of wine you like.
We're looking forward to your answers!