Sweet wines are a type of wine that has a higher level of residual sugar than other wines. These wines are often made from grapes that have been allowed to ripen for longer periods of time, or from grapes that have been dried before they are pressed. Sweet wines can range from light and crisp to rich and syrupy and can be paired with a variety of foods. Some popular types of sweet wines include Moscato, Riesling, and Port. While sweet wines are often associated with dessert, they can also be enjoyed on their own or paired with savoury dishes.