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Dry wine is a type of wine produced through the complete fermentation of grape juice sugars into alcohol, without the addition of sugars before bottling. To be considered dry, the amount of residual sugars in the wine must be less than 4 grams per liter.
It is important to note that in some wine styles, the present sugar can have two origins: it can come from partially degraded grape juice, as is the case with Port wines or late harvest wines, or it can be added to the wine as an adjunct, such as in base wines for sparkling wines that will undergo a second fermentation.
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When it comes to food pairing, dry wines generally pair well with almost all types of dishes, except very sweet desserts. To achieve the perfect harmony, it's important to try to match the intensity of the wine with the intensity of the dish. For example, for a typical dish from the Alentejo region, such as pork cheeks, a good wine to accompany it would be a dry Alentejo red wine, preferably with some structure. For grilled fish, an ideal option would be a dry white wine.
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