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All Wine is Dry White Wine.

Posted by William Djubin, Mar 12, 2014.

All Wine is Dry White Wine.

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Reply by dvogler, Mar 13, 2014.

Do you mean if you are blind folded and have your nose plugged?

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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 22, 2014.

When you peel off the skin on the grape, It's white & dry,

-When I sold Retail and people would ask??? where are the Dry White's? I explained the place was 100 Dry White in the beginning.. Funny first greet..

 

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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 22, 2014.

Excluding Icewine and Reisling or dessert wine's. obviously they are sweet White.

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Reply by outthere, Mar 22, 2014.

Actually it is sweet, not always white (tienturier grapes have red juice). Juice starts out sweet after pressing whether de-stemmed or fermented whole cluster then pressed. It is fermented to dry or off dry. Without sugar there would be nothing for the yeast to react with to produce the alcohol.

Now, if you are talking dessert sweet, that's a different storya s there is so much sugar involved that it cannot all be fermented.

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Reply by Greg Tatar, Mar 22, 2014.

Exactly right. Alicante Bouchet or Garnacha Tintorera is probably the best known, but there are other grapes with red flesh. And it's all sweet, at least when the grapes are ripe. Champagne and sparkling grapes are often picked under-ripe, but if allowed to ripen, they would be sweet too.

All wine is NOT dry white wine. Wine is only dry when fermented dry and that's a decision of the winemaker. I'd be more careful about posting general statements w/out checking my facts first.


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