Like most wine drinkers, we tend to focus on dry wines for most of the year. But when winter comes, we start thinking sweet.A glass of dessert wine after a meal, with cheese, with dessert or on its own, as the dessert, makes meals more of an occasion. Dessert wines are little luxuries, and the cold, dark days of winter offer a perfect opportunity to entice customers to splurge on them.The world of dessert wines includes varieties of numerous types, origins and price levels, from as little as ...

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