medium-sweet

medium-sweet

adj
(Brewing) (esp of wines) fairly sweet
Translations

medium-sweet

[ˌmiːdɪəmˈswiːt] ADJ [wine] → semidulce
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Medium-sweet toffee apple flavour with a hint of tart acid that soon gives way to a pleasant lingering mouthfeel of sweet apple.
I have little doubt that the first glass of wine you ever sipped was a Mateus Rose, that medium-sweet option that was nectar to the uninitiated.
The medium-sweet grade is often sold to Japanese utilities for direct-burning.
Intense with oak and sherry on the nose with caramel, cinnamon and dried raisin on the medium-sweet finish, a dash of water will increase the aromas and mellow the depth of flavour of this award-winning blend of select single malts.
DRINKERS who down a glass of medium-sweet wine labelled Calon Lan are imbibing a product which is being sold in defiance of EEC bureaucrats.
It's medium-sweet and tastes "just like the apple".
Since its market entry in late 2009, medium-sweet ESPO crude has competed directly with Middle East grades such as Abu Dhabi Murban.
08, Sainsbury's), medium-sweet and bursting with light fruity flavours, it's a great match with antipasti.
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The medium-sweet wines of Coteaux du Layon are from late-picked grapes with occasionally a little botrytis, but the "crus" such as Bonnezeaux, Quarts de Chaume and Chaume contain a much higher proportion.
The whiskies were married in Spanish oak butts This expression is described as having a rich, fruity nose and a soft, smooth palate featuring oak, vanilla and cafe latte, with a long, medium-sweet finish.