Column: Dry wines have become sweeter

06/26/2007 | Nation's Restaurant News (free registration)

The barometer for measuring sweetness in a wine has changed in the past few years, allowing for a higher content of sugar in wines that are considered dry. What's more, the acid content of a wine can make it taste sweeter than it is, Nation's Restaurant News reports.

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