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Sweet red wine - a classic for connoisseurs

Among the variety of alcoholic beverages, sweet red wine occupies an honorable place in many countries. It is characterized by a high sugar content (about 50 g/l) and the strength in the range of 15-17%. Its health benefits in moderate amounts have long been proven: it contains a large number of vitamins and minerals. You can buy red sweet wine from the best brands through the serviceVi.Wine. В ассортименте представлен большой выбор (на цену влияет страна происхождения, регион, сорт и год сбора урожая).

There are several ways to increase the sugar concentration. Most sweet wines are made with varieties with high sugar content (e.g. Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, Tinta Negro). The sweetness is influenced by the climatic conditions in which the harvest is grown (the hotter the summer, the sweeter the fruit). There are two kinds of beverage: variety and blend. To make a sweet varietal, one sort is chosen, while for a coupage, several types are mixed. Peculiarities of making red sweet wine:
  1. Fermentation is carried out until the alcohol concentration reaches a value at which the yeast dies without having processed all the sugar.
  2. Fruits are sun-dried, which reduces the moisture content by about 25% and increases the sugar content.
  3. Infestation with the health-safe fungus "botrytis cinerea" (increases the concentration of sugars) is necessary.
  4. Fermentation is stopped with cold until the sugar is processed into alcohol (the method is relevant for dessert wines with reduced alcohol content).
  5. Increasing sugar content by subfreezing (the fruits begin to be harvested after frost so that they are slightly subfreezing).
  6. Remove sediment by cold stabilization (before bottling, the beverage is kept at a temperature below the OOS).

Below are the tasting characteristics of the drink:
  1. Color. Hues are characterized by saturation. The color palette varies from light red to bright burgundy.
  2. Aroma. There is a fruity-berry note in the smell (it is influenced by the variety of berries used).
  3. Taste/flavor. The red wine has a bright memorable taste. Opens the whole palette of berries, long aftertaste.
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Dessert red wines are usually drunk from wide Bordeaux glasses. They accentuate the fruity taste and soften the possible harshness of the tannins. Syrah glasses are popular (with a narrow edge). They soften the alcoholic flavor, enhancing the sweetness. To get a sense of the palette, the drink is shaken slightly before being drunk. This prevents the aromatic layers from blending, and its aroma becomes more intense. Sweet red wine goes well with sweet fruits (e.g. peach and melon) and desserts (ice cream, biscuits, meringue).