What is a common sweet tasting wine I can order while out at a restaurant?!

Question: What is a common sweet tasting wine I can order while out at a restaurant!?
I cant stand those wines that are so bitter I cant even drink them, most wines are undrinkable to me!. What is a deliciously sweet tasting wine thats easy to drink!? Im going out tonight and would like to try some! Thanks!Www@FoodAQ@Com

The servers at the restaurant are usually familiar with the wines they have on hand!. It's okay to ask for a recommendation!.!.!.!.letting them know you prefer sweet wines!.

Riesling would be a good choice for you!. Rieslings have a floral aroma!. They range from very dry and crisp to intensely sweet depending on where it is from!. German Riesling is slightly sweet and balanced with some acidity!. California Riesling tends to be sweeter!. This type of wine goes well with chicken, fish, pork, and spicy foods!.

One of the sweeter red wines is Zinfandel!. Zinfandel can be light to full bodied!. It can be rich and spicy or lighter and fruitier!. Aromas and flavors that are typical include raspberry, jam, black pepper, and licorice!. This type of red wine is wonderful with steaks, grilled meats, and tomato based dishes!.


I, too, like Rieslings, but I tend to go for the drier Alsatian ones!. You have to know the nomenclature to get one of the sweeter ones, and an Eiswein is going to cost you!.
But you may not be really looking for sweet; I suspect you've gotten into a red with high tannin content!. That's the "pucker the lips" or "I just sucked on a used teabag" taste!. That leaves you open to a lot of options, since most whites have little tannin (it comes mostly from the skins), and lots of reds are fairly low in tannins!. You might try a little Dolcetto, for instance!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

moscato so far is the closest thing to a decent answer you've gotten !.!.!.!. many of the others are downright inaccurate (ANY blanket statement about white wines for example will always be incorrect -- wine isn't that black and white, there's plenty of grey areas !.!.!. a lot of riesling is made in a bone dry style for example)

you'd be better off just asking the staff at the restaurant you dine at to recommend something from their list, if the restaurant is decent the staff will have received some training in this matterWww@FoodAQ@Com

If you really want something that doesn't taste like most wine, ask if they have Sangria (which comes with fruit in it) or a red Lambrusco!. Lambrusco is not so sweet that it is undrinkable!. And remember, you are paying for it so be sure to drink what you like, not what some wine snob tells you!. Try the sweeter wines, then you can gradually expand your palate!. And champagne is always good!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

There are so many wines out there in the market, nowadays!.!.However, I love to drink RIESLING wines!. It is a white wine very sweet, but I suggest for you to try several wines before you can begin to buy bottles!. "When it comes to taste, there is nothing written" which mean, it might not be sweet enough for you!. also White Zinfandel wines, any brandWww@FoodAQ@Com

My uncle in Japan used to make his own strawberry wine!.!.!. so sweet and delicious! As far as ordering in a restaurant, ask your waiter for his suggestion, or if it's a fine dining restaurant, your sommelier would be happy to make a suggestion!. Enjoy!Www@FoodAQ@Com

White wines are generally made sweeter than reds (except for Kosher wine, which you won't fine in a bar)!. Libfraumilch is a nice mild, not overly sweet, white wine!. But any white wine you get at a bar (even house wine) will probably be light and fairly sweet!.)Www@FoodAQ@Com

A moscato is a sweet white wine & most good restaurants will have at least one moscato listed on their wine list!.

Just ask the waitress for a sweet white, the waitress should be able to tell you which of the wines on the list are sweet!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Try a blush, or white wine, a Riesling is nice!. Don't start with red wines, as they are more strong tasting!. You could also ask for a dessert wine, port wine!.!.!.as they are sweet!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Any Merlot is usually nice, but the way you described your taste I would suggest a nice sweet white zinfandel- Or Riesling!.!.!. both very nice, and you can order them at any restaurant!.


I like Pinot Grigio and they have a variety ~ it is crisp and white but ask your waiter which one is the sweetest

Bring your ID, if you have to ask strangers, then I seriously doubt you're over 21!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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