Fortified Wine

standard January 10, 2015 Leave a response

Fortified Wine is a wine to which a spirit is added. Originally created to extend the shelf life (increased alcohol acts as a preservative), fortified wines are available in many different styles and flavors.  Common examples of fortified wines include Vermouth, Sherry and Madeira.

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