Tuesday April 7, 2020

Sipping the sweetest thing

Traditionally a holiday season purchase, sweet wine is at last enjoying its time in the sun - not just as a dessert wine, but as a sought-after wine type in its own right.

19th January, 2008

Traditionally a holiday season purchase, sweet wine is at last enjoying its time in the sun - not just as a dessert wine, but as a sought-after wine type in its own right.

The influence of the New World on dry wines over the last 20 years has prompted this transformation, by creating a modern palette attuned to sweeter wines.

Traditionally, Bordeaux, Riojas, Barolos and Burgundy pinot noirs were known as dry wines - which meant...

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