Semi-sweet wines occupy a position between sweet wines containing 150 grams of sugar per liter and dry wines containing almost no sugar. Typically, an average semi-sweet wine contains approximately 30-50 grams of sugar per liter of volume. It is the amount of sugar that allows to determine which wine is semi-sweet and which isn’t. Therefore, semi-sweet wine can be of any color: white, red or rosé. Fans of semi-sweet wine produced by JSC "Minsk Grape Wines Factory", prefer these varieties because of their relatively mild flavor and low acidity. They are made from selected European grape varieties, have a rich mellow taste and full-bodied fruity flavor.
One of the most popular brands of semi-sweet wines produced by JSC "Minsk Grape Wines Factory" became “Old Monastic Cell” red and white wine.
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