How to use Dessert-wine in a sentence
It is here that the grapes for the famous dessert wine malvasia are grown along with capers and olives.
Finished for the night, I couldn't even touch the complimentary glass of dessert wine.
Finished for the night, I could n't even touch the complimentary glass of dessert wine.
A good dessert wine can be the perfect ending to a good meal.
A good quick option for a dessert to pair with any dessert wine is to take Mascarpone cheese topped with some fruit and drizzled with honey.Advertisement
The dessert wine or sherry glass will go just to the exact right of the wine glass.
The chart does not show the champagne glass, and the dessert wine glass is labeled simply wine glass.
A very sweet, dessert wine is best paired with some very salty cheese, while a mild cheese needs a robust wine to set off the flavors.
While many consider Port to be an old man's wine, they are often surprised to discover the wonderful qualities of this sweet dessert wine.
Serve it in small dessert wine glasses with tall sides that slope outward, allowing the alcohol fumes to disperse before overwhelming the flavors and scents of the wine.Advertisement
One to try is the 2009 Bouquet Red Dessert Wine.
The Wine Lovers offers easy to read and understand nutritional information about red wine, white wine and dessert wine.
Select a basket theme - You can base your theme around a certain varietal of wine, a wine region, or a type of wine - for instance a red wine basket, a white wine basket or a dessert wine basket.
However, if your dessert wine is fortified with Port or Sherry, serve it at cellar temperature.
Tawny Port - This classic dessert wine pairs well with many Thanksgiving desserts such as pumpkin pie.Advertisement
Newcomers to the sweet dessert wine world may ask, "What is port wine?"
Port wine, also called simply port, is a rich, sweet dessert wine.
Port wine is traditionally served as an after-dinner or dessert wine in small glasses, although it may be enjoyed anytime.
The following calorie counts are for a 3.5 ounce serving, which is what a typical small dessert wine glass holds.