Sweet wine is often defined as wine with over 20 g/L of residual sugar. From German Riesling to Italian Moscato wine to Hungarian Tokaji Aszu, sweet wines are crafted and consumed all over the world. Because our bodies crave sugar naturally, sweet white wine is one of the first styles wine novices tend to gravitate to, but there are a vast range of styles and plenty of sweet wine types that impress and tantalize wine connoisseurs as well. Read our wine blog for some of the most popular styles, and what food to pair them with.
Travel to Italy for lightly effervescent Moscato d’Asti, Germany for luscious Rieslings, and beyond with the two-bottle Sweet Club. If you prefer your wine more fruity than dry, or want to give a loved one with a gift as sweet as they are, this is the ideal club!