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Snooth User: prateesh

i m looking for a wine which will be very very very very sweet

Posted by prateesh, Mar 29, 2011.

i am looking for a red wine that is very very very very sweet to drink

with foods :)  i want full sweet plz sugegst me some red wines and white wines which are very very very very sweet

to  import and buy i m searching in 15$  plz suggest me sweet wines very very sweet wines to buy plz i need a very very very sweet wine to drink without foods ffor parties etc to drink for parties

 

if u suggest i can buy for my party friends  i hate bitter wines i need sweet very very sweet suggest me 10 to 15 wines or more nice sweet very very sweet wines names with photos

 

plz give me with photos so its a little easier  a small help :)

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Reply by Girl Drink Drunk, Mar 29, 2011.

Most very sweet red wines are fortified, a la Port.  Sweet red table wines are usually junk, IMO, and definitely don't pair with food, other than possibly dessert and maybe some cheeses.  Sorry.

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Reply by skalywag, Mar 29, 2011.

Icewine from Canada would be almost syrupy (is that a wine term?)

There are several vinyards around Niagra-on-the-Lake that produce this specialty. Quite pricey as well.

Cheers

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Reply by Girl Drink Drunk, Mar 29, 2011.

Ice wine is almost always white, made from Vidal Blanc or Riesling.  Yes, it can be made from Franc, but they're harder to find.  They also would taste terrible paired with the majority of food.

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Reply by duncan 906, Mar 29, 2011.

I like Banyuls,a sweet fortified grenache based red wine from the South of France.It goes well with deserts and cheese

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Reply by prateesh, Mar 29, 2011.

plz post the names of wines which are very very very very sweet to drink in parties and occasions :)

red or white wines no problem but it shuld be very very sweet plz post with images a small help :) for snooth

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Reply by prateesh, Mar 30, 2011.

any one ???

 

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Reply by dmcker, Mar 30, 2011.
  • Lambrusco (amabile)  for red ?!
  • Moscato d'asti for white
  • Spumante for sparkling from Italy
  • Doux or demi-sec for sparkling (champagne and mousseux and cremant and blanquette) from France

Etc., literally ad nauseum.... 

 

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Reply by skalywag, Mar 30, 2011.

http://www.snooth.com/wine/jackson-triggs-vidal-niagara-peninsula-icewine-proprietors-reserve-canada-2007/

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Reply by DaveBright, Mar 31, 2011.

Hi,

I can suggest a South African sweet wine that will suit your needs.  It can be drunk as a drink or used with cheese and other snacks

I can be contacted at +27 828871013

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Reply by JFJIII, Mar 31, 2011.

something a little different to try...Banfi Rosa Regale.  A red, sparkling, fruity wine.  Nice with chocolate.

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Reply by dmcker, Mar 31, 2011.

DaveBright, suggest it more appropriate for you to share with us all...

 

Jill, is there such a thing?


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