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BrendaRichardson wrote:Sweet, but not dessert wine sweet (which typically have an RS of well over 100)I think)
Eh. Not entirely true. RS is only one of the factors in a wine's sweetness, or rather, our perception of the sweetness. Anything over 40g/l is generally considered pretty damn sweet, although wines can taste sweet at levels as low as 2g/l.
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When i need a sweet white Wine I turn to trader joes. They have decent "sweet wines" for around 5 per. I hate sweet wines but need them on hand for mom, brother, mom inlaw and other non wine drinkers! I dont like popping noce wines for non wine drinkers who dont know the iffetence and actually enjpy the sweetness! I guess what i am trying to say is that 11 dollars for a sweet white that i can get or 5 is not tempting me.
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