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For your next tipple, why not try a bottle of the sweet stuff?

The bad sweet wine you've had in the past is just bad wine—the sweetness has nothing to do with it

By Barry Smith   August 2018
Why do so many people wrinkle their nose at sweet wine?

A lot of people don’t like sweet wine—but not all sweet wines are alike. Many of the most versatile grape varieties turn up in sweet or dry versions: the waxy, honeyed wines of Loire-grown Chenin Blanc; the dry, off-dry and sweet German Rieslings from the Mosel. Hungary’s famous Furmint grape used in Tokaj can also produce refreshingly different flavours like that of Oremus’s Mandolas; while Sauvignon Blanc…

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