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What is a “demi-sec” wine?

French wine terminology for “medium-sweet” wines is “Demi-Sec.” Demi-Sec wines are sweeter than “Sec” wines but less sweet than wines labelled as “Mouelleux” or “Doux”. Specifically Chenin Blanc wines from the French wine areas of Read more…

What are “dessert wines”?

“Dessert wines” is usually used to designate sweet wines. They are defined by American regulations as any wine containing between 14% and 24% alcohol, which includes a growing number of dry, unfortified wines.

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