The term „semi-sweet“ is used to describe a wine that has a slightly higher residual sugar content than a dry wine, but is still considered relatively dry. Semi-dry falls between dry and sweet/sweet on the residual sugar content scale.
The exact residual sugar content can vary by wine region and producer, but generally a semi-dry wine contains between 9 and 18 grams of residual sugar per liter. This additional residual sugar gives the wine a slightly milder and softer flavor compared to a dry wine.

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