Wine Talk: Go sweet

The secrets of getting a good dessert wine for the new year’s festivities.

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September 29, 2016 14:24
Grapevine in Israel

Israeli grapevine . (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

 
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It may be the quality red wines which receive all the plaudits. These are arguably the wines that Israel makes best, and the critics love to write about them.

Thankfully, however, white wines are making something of a comeback. Wine lovers are realizing they are more versatile with food and are more rewarding in our climate. We are making some very good white wines these days. However, people often forget that Israel is also getting a name for producing wonderful dessert wines.

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