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Description and Types
The very dry wine category would include many Chardonnay, Cabernet varietals, Chianti, Shiraz and Zinfandel. Dry French wine or Champagne will be indicated with Brut.
Some of the wines in the off-dry category would include many Sauvignon Blanc, California Burgundies and many sparkling white and rosés. Look for the word sec in the French section, trocken in the German section and seco on the Italian wines.
The medium category will start to reveal summery whites such as German Riesling and Gewôrztraminer. German wines may be noted with halbtroken, Spanish wines dulce and French wines doux.
In the sweet category you'll find Hungarian Tokaji, some Late Harvest wines and other fortified wines. This level of sweetness is most closely associated with ports and aperitifs.
The very sweet wines include Late Harvest, Icewine, the noble rot and many Sauternes. Italian wines in this category of sweetness may be indentified as dolce, German wines as lieblich, and French as moelleux.
The sweetness code is based on the amount of residual sugar left in the wine after the fermeting process
is complete. The residual sugar level can range from 0 to more than 100 grams per litre! The chart
below is the standard to which sweetness codes are assigned in BC Liquor Stores.
Prices shown exclude applicable taxes and are subject to change. In the event of a price difference shown online, the product
description and price in government liquor stores shall prevail. Please call store to confirm available
quantity in stock. This list is updated once daily and shows the available quantity as of close of
business the day before. A refundable container deposit and taxes, if applicable, will be added at
checkout. Only products available at BC Liquor Stores are displayed.