10 Best Semi-dry red wine of 2020

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Semi-dry red wine guidebook

A semi-dry red wine is a perfect companion for every occasion. Very popular is such a red wine with men and also with the ladies. The red wine is not only found when eating again, but it is also used for the cozy toasting and for supporting celebrations. If the wine is semi-dry, then it is not very sweet, it does not provide strong acidity and is therefore not too dry. A semi-dry red wine is suitable for anyone who seeks the middle ground between the dry and the lovely red wine. If the wine is semi-dry, then it offers per liter the content of 9 to 18 grams of residual sugar. However, the acidity per liter is at most 10 grams. The semi-dry red wine is particularly exceptional in taste and this through the combination of acidity and sweetness, which delights the palate. The semi-dry red wines have a fine bouquet and this comes straight to the fore, if they are served in the appropriate glasses. So that the semi-dry red wine can breathe, selected glasses are usually voluminous and they have a large opening. The aroma of the wine can improve in contact with the air and on the tongue then the full flavor unfolds.

What must be considered for semi-dry red wine?

The semi-dry red wine is a perfect complement to any meal, as it is neither too sweet nor too dry. At a send wine glasshe can do a lot of visual work and in a special way the taste of a meal can be enhanced and enhanced. Thanks to the wine, corresponding spices and aromas can develop even better in the mouth and there is the incomparable explosion of taste. Especially if dishes were spiced vigorously, then the appropriate semi-dry red wine must not be missing. A semi-dry red wine is ideally suited to emphasize the taste of fine ragout and this with mushroom dishes or lamb dishes. The dishes will not be so heavy and dry White wineor red wine covered. In addition, the wine should of course not get in the way of the food taste. A semi-dry red wine can present itself here tastily and reserved, and so he is an indispensable companion for the well-rounded food. Very often, the wine stands out because of the rich crimson and it can bribe by the beguiling scent of cedar, blackberry and tobacco. Not infrequently, the wine tastes gently on the tongue for cinnamon, ripe plums and blackberries. Of course, the production of the wines determines whether great flavors are conjured up in the mouth and whether the red wine can convince through its bouquet. If a semi-dry red wine was produced very gently and it is made from the best grapes, then the taste can also convince later. By the way, the EU Wine Law stipulates that the red wine may only be called semi-dry if the sugar content is not more than 10 grams per liter above the acidity and does not exceed the maximum of 18 grams per liter. In all wine-growing countries, the red wine is found, which has been developed semi-dry. In Germany just the simpler red wines are pressed semi-dry. There are some exceptions to this rule in Spain or more southerly wine-growing countries. From there mostly come the semi-dry red wines with the better quality. The semi-dry red wine is always successful when the residual sweetness is more discreet and when the fruit flavors are more pronounced.

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