French Semi-Sweet Wine
French semi-sweet wine comes in a variety of colors, including white, red, and pink.
What makes French semi-sweet wine different is its lower alcohol content, ranging from 9-14 degrees, and its optimal sweetness achieved through the use of sugar grapes with a sugar level of at least 24%.
It is recommended to serve semi-sweet wines chilled to 12 degrees Celsius.
Semi-sweet wines are often made from Riesling, Pinot Gris, Grenache, Muscadelle, and other varieties, resulting in a taste profile that includes spices, herbs, fruits, a slight astringency, and a pleasant aroma.
French Semi-Sweet Wine Varieties
What People Like About French Semi-Sweet Wine
- Lower alcohol content
- Optimal sweetness achieved through the use of sugar grapes
- Lightness and freshness
- Spices, herbs, fruits, and a pleasant aroma