A tasting term. Essentially this is the opposite of sweet, although a wine that tastes dry still contains sugar, perhaps just a few grams per litre. The term ‘dry’ can also be used to describe the tannins or mouthfeel, when it refers to the dry, puckering sensation the wine imparts.

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