A medium-sweet wine is a type of wine in which we find large concentrations of natural sugars from the grape must.
During fermentation, glucose and fructose sugars are transformed by the metabolic action of yeasts and are converted into ethanol and CO2.
Normally, fermentation is carried out at low temperature to ferment the must cold.
Subsequently, the fermentation is stopped with a drop in temperature in order to eliminate the yeasts and obtain a wine with residual sugar.
The result is a wine without too much sugar that makes it a friendly, young, seductive and refreshing wine like “La Niña de mis Ojos”,
ideal to accompany everything from appetizers to desserts, as well as pairing very well with fish, shellfish and rice dishes.
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