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wine to which alcohol (usually grape brandy) has been added

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While fortified wines in general may be the best choices for chocolate, I did find one sensational option among unfortified sweet wines: Tokaji Aszu from Hungary.
Fortified wines are a fine spirit's best friend, complementing its flavors while adding complexity, depth and body to a cocktail.
FOR our last look at the results from this year's International Wine Challenge, it's the turn of sherry, port and similar fortified wines.
Table 65: US 15-Year Perspective for Wine by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Volume Sales for Still Wine (Still Red, Still White and Still Rose), Sparkling Wine, Fortified Wine and Vermouth for Years 2003, 2011 & 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-33
Airlines enter the awards with selections of red, white, sparkling, sweet and fortified wines from their first and business class services.
He said: "It's ridiculously strong - stronger than most fortified wines.
EUROPEAN Union (EU) ministers have been asked to approve a trade deal between the EU and Iceland, which will see wine, fortified wines, and unsweetened mineral waters (carbonated or still) being imported and exported across the north-east Atlantic duty free.
not previously well-known for other than fortified wines.
Making up the rest of the list are cider and alcopops at pounds 19, champagne at pounds 18 and finally fortified wines with pounds 16.
is a fine wine and spirit company whose portfolio consists of leading wineries and brands from California's most prominent wine regions, as well as fortified wines from Europe.
SHERRY is one of the most famous fortified wines - and probably the most misunderstood.
More than a century later, mixologists are still crafting timeless classics by pairing spirits with delicate fortified wines.
This leaves beer, spirits and fortified wines, whose minimum rates have done little to harmonise excise duties since the establishment of the single European market in 1992.
is a nondescript storefront liquor and wine retail outlet that makes wine fanciers drool as they pore over labels, searching for rare wines, bargain wines, reds, whites, domestics, imports, sparklers, fortified wines, you name it.