Dry wines


Dry wines that typically have under 4g sugar / litre, covering most white, rosé, red & sparkling wines. Dry wines are wines that have little to no residual sugar left after the fermentation process. This results in a wine that is not sweet and has a more crisp and refreshing taste. Dry wines are often preferred by those who enjoy a more acidic and complex flavor profile in their wine. Some examples of dry wines include Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Pinot Noir. When pairing dry wines with food, it is important to consider the acidity and tannin levels in the wine to find a complementary pairing. Overall, dry wines are a great choice for those who enjoy a more nuanced and sophisticated wine experience.