The term “sweet” is used to describe the flavor style of a wine that has a high residual sugar content and leaves a distinct sweet taste impression.
A sweet wine generally contains a significantly higher residual sugar content than dry or semi-dry wines. The exact residual sugar content can vary by wine region and producer, but sweet wines can contain more than 45 grams of residual sugar per liter.
Sweet wines have a pronounced sweetness that accentuates flavors of ripe fruit, honey, or even caramelized notes. The sweetness can make the wine seem full-bodied and plump, and the acidity is usually lower, resulting in a softer and smoother texture.

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