What is the difference between semi-dry wine and dry wine?



  • What is the difference between semi-dry wine and dry wine?



  • I think the main difference is in taste. Dry wine is often tart and quite aggressive in taste. Taking a sip of dry wine, you will feel how it knits and literally dries the mouth cavity a couple of moments after a sip. Semi-dry wine tastes more harmonious, its acidity is lower.



  • The main difference between semi-dry and dry wine is the concentration of sugar. If the process of fermentation of grape juice takes place without the intervention of the winemaker, the residual sugar is completely fermented, and dry wine is obtained - it contains no more than 0.3% sugar. When a winemaker deliberately stops the fermentation process at a certain stage, a semi-dry wine is obtained, each liter of which contains 4-18 grams of sugar. By the way, I currently live in Vietnam and prefer to order semi-dry wine at https://vinoteka.vn/ In this online store, an excellent assortment of wine is always provided


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