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Definitions

  1. Dessert wine is a luxurious treat sipped daintily at the conclusion of five-course meals worldwide.
  2. Dessert wine is a wonderful conversation piece around a table because it is so seldom served after a meal. (Web site)
  3. Dessert wine: Any of a class of sweet wines, usually fortified to higher alcohol content, which are served with desserts or as after dinner drinks.
  4. A dessert wine is one that potent, sweet, and full of flavor.
  5. Dessert Wine - A very sweet wine that is highly acidic.

Sweet

  1. Usually an indicator for a very sweet or dessert wine.
  2. Beerenauslese - meaning "select berry harvest" made from individually selected overripe grapes often affected by noble rot, making rich sweet dessert wine. (Web site)
  3. A famous sweet dessert wine from Firenze ,wonderful with Cantuccini almond biscuits.
  4. This extremely sweet, concentrated, dessert wine tastes of raisins, toffee and spice.
  5. Portugal 's sweet dessert wine s (ports), named after Oporto, Portugal 's second largest city, on the Douro river.

Dessert Wines

  1. Other sweet sherries such as Bristol Cream may also be drunk as dessert wine. (Web site)
  2. Bristol Cream can be served chilled or on ice, or enjoyed as a dessert wine.
  3. This style of Sherry is dark, dense and sweet, and is used as a dessert wine or even as a topping for ice cream.

Desserts

  1. Icewine Another popular category of dessert wine is Eiswein (a.k.a. (Web site)
  2. Now used in several countries to produce sweet or Eiswein - style dessert wine s .

Wine

  1. Moscatel is the name of the grape that produces this wonderfully balanced dessert wine from Lustau.
  2. Red dessert wine are served at room temperature or slightly chilled.
  3. Deep amber in hue, Taylor Cream Sherry is a full bodied dessert wine with a medley of sweet and nutty flavors. (Web site)
  4. Angelica: A sweet dessert wine, usually amber in color and lacking in distinctive flavor.
  5. Korbel Cream Sherry is a sweet and rich dessert wine with a distinctive flavor of dried fruit and roasted nuts. (Web site)

Botrytis

  1. The classic match with Creme Brulee would be to serve a Sauternes or Barsac dessert wine from the region of Bordeaux. (Web site)
  2. Individually picked grapes, which have been affected by Botrytis Cinerea are used to make this highly concentrated and very age-worthy dessert wine.
  3. This late-harvest, botrytis-affected dessert wine is a blend of sixty percent Chardonnay and forty percent Riesling.
  4. Tokay (Toe-KAY) - Respected Hungarian dessert wine, reaches its pinnacle in Tokay Asz- ("Ah-zhu"), the sweetest style, affected by botrytis.

Late Harvest

  1. Late harvest is usually an indication of a sweet dessert wine such as late harvest riesling.
  2. Our Late Harvest Vidal Blanc is a delightful dessert wine that pairs well with various types of cuisine.
  3. Dessert wine A sweet wine that usually accompanies dessert, such as fortified or late harvest wines.

Fortified

  1. The Pedro Ximenez dessert wine is pretty much unique in being a raisin wine that is then fortified and aged in a solera system like other sherries. (Web site)
  2. Port is a fortified dessert wine that is unusual in that it is made from red grapes.

Muscat Grapes

  1. This dessert wine is a blend of 60% Muscat Alexandria and 40% Orange Muscat grapes.
  2. Muscat = Moscatel = Muscatel = Muscadel = Moscato Notes: This is a sweet and fruity dessert wine made from Muscat grapes. (Web site)
  3. Beaumes-de-Venise (BOME da Veh-NEES) - Southern Rhone (France) region best known for its delicious white dessert wine made from Muscat grapes.

Wine Made

  1. As an aperitif or as a dessert wine.
  2. I probably read or heard it somewhere, but for some reason I was sure this Vendange Tardive is a dessert wine. (Web site)
  3. As a dessert wine or as a dig--stif at the end of a meal. (Web site)
  4. This concentrates the sweetness and makes for an exquisite dessert wine. (Web site)
  5. This is a rare dessert wine made from Pinot noir grapes frozen after harvest, then pressed after partial thawing. (Web site)

Served

  1. It is often served as a dessert wine.
  2. It is commonly served after meals as a dessert wine, often with cheese.
  3. Mostly sweet and red, Port is usually served after dinner as a dessert wine.
  4. It is moderately sweet and can be served both as a dessert wine, or in a dessert like English Triffle with Tomasello Blackberry Wine.
  5. And the famous Auslese wines, rich, luxurious and sweet, are incomparable as dessert wine s, served before or with dessert.

Banyuls

  1. An exceptional French red dessert wine produced in the appellation of Banyuls in the Pyrenees region of Southwestern France.
  2. Banyuls An unusual dessert wine made from late-harvest Grenache grapes. (Web site)
  3. I have had a banyuls dessert wine and it was colored like a sauternes or a tokaji.

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