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Have you ever wondered which white wines are sweet? It's all here on this handy chart! Pin now and read later. | From TheWineBuyingGuide.com

With this white wine sweetness chart (PRINTABLE!), you can find a sweet white wine to suit your tastes. You might be surprised to learn that most wines - like Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio - aren't sweet at all. That's because no residual sugar is left at the end of the winemaking process.

Wines Listed from Dry to Sweet (Charts)  Any wine – be it Riesling or Cabernet – can be either dry or sweet.  The sweetness of wine is determined by the winemaker. Of course, popular varietal wines and styles tend to share the same sweetness level. Wine sweetness ranges from virtually nothing to upwards of 70% sweetness (like a rare bottle of Spanish PX!).

Wines Listed from Dry to Sweet (Charts) Any wine – be it Riesling or Cabernet – can be either dry or sweet. The sweetness of wine is determined by the winemaker. Of course, popular varietal wines and styles tend to share the same sweetness level. Wine sweetness ranges from virtually nothing to upwards of 70% sweetness (like a rare bottle of Spanish PX!).

@Leslie Riemen Battaglia ...for those of us who don't take a wine class. (simple explanation of wine)

@Leslie Riemen Battaglia ...for those of us who don't take a wine class. (simple explanation of wine)

Sauternes Wine Illustration Infographic by Wine Folly #Wine #Wineeducation

Sauternes is the sweeter side of Bordeaux made from the region's rare white grapes. Learn more about this wonderful dessert wine.

Discover the most common types of wine from sparkling, to white, to red, to sweet wine using this handy wine types chart.

Discover the most common types of wine from sparkling, to white, to red, to sweet wine using this handy wine types chart.

Wine is considered “dry” when all of the grape sugar is converted to alcohol during fermentation, while sweet wine still has some residual sugar. “Semi-dry” or “off dry” wines have mild or softly perceptible sweetness.

Wine is considered “dry” when all of the grape sugar is converted to alcohol during fermentation, while sweet wine still has some residual sugar. “Semi-dry” or “off dry” wines have mild or softly perceptible sweetness.

Wines Listed from Dry to Sweet (Charts)  Any wine – be it Riesling or Cabernet – can be either dry or sweet.  The sweetness of wine is determined by the winemaker. Of course, popular varietal wines and styles tend to share the same sweetness level. Wine sweetness ranges from virtually nothing to upwards of 70% sweetness (like a rare bottle of Spanish PX!).

Learn current wine sweetness, ranging from virtually nothing to upwards of 70% sweetness. Includes Malbec, Merlot, Pinot Noir, and more.