These handy charts can tell you where on the sweetness scale your favourite wines fall.
As a general rule German whites tend to be on the sweeter side but Rieslings can be dry too, depending on the region they were grown in.
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For the most part every red we carry at Cork it rates a 0 on the scale for dryness (except our ice wines/ports and fruit infused reds) Big bold reds like our Italian Amaroni can sometimes taste sweet because of its full jammy/fruity aroma but is still considered dry.
As always let us know what your sweetness preferences are and we will custom make your wine as dry or as sweet as you like.
Source: Cork it Blog