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  1. Ditilar Reply
    Sweet wine gets it sweetness from the residual sugars of the grape or sugars are added during the fermentation process in order to fortify the wines. Grapes inherently have high levels of sugars, depending on the varietal. While wine production dates back over years, sweet wine production dates back to the 17th Century in Europe.
  2. Samusho Reply
    Nov 19,  · Making pear wine is not too difficult; if I can do it anybody can do it. The beauty about wine is that at bottling time you can make the wine to your taste; leave it dry, sweeten it back a bit, make it into a sparkling wine, or make it into a dessert wine. The recipe I am sharing below makes 6 gallons of wine.
  3. Kigabei Reply
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  4. Shakalmaran Reply
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  5. Gomuro Reply
    Vouvray wine is a very popular, cold climate wine, produced in France's Loire Valley (Appellation Vouvray Controlée). There is not only one Vouvray but several different Vouvrays. It can be sweet, flavored, or full-body and dry. The sweet wine has a golden color, is vigorous, fruity and fresh.
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  8. Kesida Reply
    Smell the wine. By sticking your face into the wine glass, you can pick up the "nose" of the wine. This will help you determine if the wine is sweet or dry. If you pick up scents of sugar, fruit or honeysuckle, you are probably dealing with a sweet wine. However, if you detect herbs, spices, wood or yeast, you have a drier wine.
  9. Basho Reply
    Dec 28,  · You can also back sweeten wine just by adding plain ole sugar. But if you decide to do this, I would highly recommend that you also add another 1/2 dose of potassium sorbate to the wine (1/4 teaspoon per gallon) in addition to what was with your wine ingredient kit. For others reading this, if you have not added any potassium sorbate from a kit.