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The descriptions on labels that list fruits usually mean if you close your eyes and imagine real hard, you might be able to think you taste of hint of fruit.

Rather than going by brand, I say you find a varietal that works for you. Once you do, then pick a brand you like.

Icewines and Moscatos are sweet. So are sweet reds. Next I’d say pretty much any White Zin should work. Redtree wine has a good one that is affordable. You should be able to find it at Bevmo. None of these are fruity, they are sweet. Ports are also sweet, but they are strong and usually best as dessert wines. They are strong because they are fortified with brandy before the yeast in the wine is done converting all the sugar in the juice into alcohol.

If you are looking for light, try Pinot Grigio for whites and Pinot Noir for reds. These are not sweet, but they are light.

If you’re willing to expand your horizons, try these varietals. Have fun finding what you like. Don’t stop at these. Go taste testing at your local wine trail. Every state has vineyards and wineries. These wines I mention are either light or sweet. Hard to find both if you ask my amature palette.

If you truly want fruity and sweet, then Boones, *grimace* (as already mentioned) is a safe, but less sophisticated choice.

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