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Commonly used in Germany taste designation for wines, which was enforced by the Mosel winegrowers on several instances in court (VG Trier February 6, 2001, OVG Rhineland-Palatinate January 29, 2002). Although it is not enshrined in wine law, but is given as an indication of bottles labels tolerated. The content of residual sugar is above the limit of dry at 9 g / l, but well below the high of lovely up to 45 g / l. A fine-grained wine can do that as well medium-dry as well as being lovely. As a rule, fine wines have one Residual sugar content between 15 to 25 g / l. An equally not legally relevant term is tart, See regarding the other flavors below sugar content,

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