Dry

At the simplest level, a dry wine is one that contains no residual sugar or sweetness. To make a dry wine, the winemaker will let the fermentation process finish completely, allowing the yeast to consume all the sugar present. No more sugar = so no sugary sweetness.

We love a cheeky shoutout to South African producer Ataraxia: a new but goodie on our wine block. Or if you’re in the mood for some New Zealand goodness, then Black Estate’s range is as smooth as butter.

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