A dry start with a sweet finish - semi-dry wines delight connoisseurs with their slight residual sweetness and strong fruit aromas. And yet, semi-dry wines live a niche existence, they are rarely served or even ridiculed. This is really not fair and lacks any basis. Because what is called semi-dry has so much more to offer than a maximum of 18 grams of residual sugar per liter. An approachable acidity blends with the fresh and fruity accents of noble fruits and is rounded off with an unobtrusive sweetness. For all gourmets who cannot find what they are looking for in either dry or sweet wines, the semi-dry wine has one or two suggestions. Red, white, rosé from France, Italy, Germany and the world. Semi-dry wines - now twice as good.