Woods & Waters Dessert & Late-Harvest Wines

Dessert wines, if you've never had them, are like dessert in a glass. Dessert wines are typically made with late-harvest grapes, which are sweeter and have more concentrated flavor. Dessert wines are typically served in smaller glasses, approximately 2.5 ounces in a pour, because they are very sweet and often higher in alcohol than table wines. Dessert wines are more expensive to make because late-harvest grapes are smaller and the crop is more likely to be affected by weather, birds, and insects, so winemakers take a bigger risk leaving the grapes on the vine later in the year. As a result, dessert wines are sold in smaller bottles because of the intensity of the flavor and the smaller serving size. Try a dessert wine and you'll see that 2.5 ounces is the perfect amount!

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