Dry wine is any wine that contains very little or no residual sugar. Dry wines typically do not have a sweet taste, due to their lack of sugar. More »

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Merlot is a dry red wine that is usually characterized by violet, cherry, orange and plum flavors. It contains less tannins than other types of dry red wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon, which means it can be harvested... More »

Sauvignon blanc, pinot gris and pinot blanc are examples of dry white wines. Each of these wines is bottled in both the United States and abroad. More »

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Dry red wines, as opposed to late harvest or fortified wines, have residual sugar of 1 to 3 grams per liter. A six fluid ounce serving contains between roughly one-sixth and one-half of a gram of residual sugar. More »

Dry port, sherry and Marsala all make good substitutes for Madeira wine in a dish. These substitutions also work well for someone looking for a similar wine to pair with a meal. Although the flavor profiles are a little ... More »

Merlot is a dry red wine that is usually characterized by violet, cherry, orange and plum flavors. It contains less tannins than other types of dry red wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon, which means it can be harvested... More »

A dry white wine such as a chardonnay is great for cooking a cream sauce, gravy or chicken, while the crisp and refreshing pinot grigio is best paired with shellfish and seafood. The acidity of a pinot grigio best comple... More »