Late harvest

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After having achieved their optimum ripeness, late harvest wines are made from grapes left on the vine. The grapes have been (literally) left hanging, and become sweeter as each grape dehydrates, and the sugar content becomes extra concentrated. Late harvested grapes (usually harvested 1-2 months after standard harvest time) produce a wine that has higher residual sugar and a higher possible alcohol content than traditional table wines. Any wine grape can be harvested late, but riesling, vidal blanc, and sauternais are more likely to be chosen because of their potential to become exceptionally high-quality, late harvest wines. So cozy up with friends and family for some late harvest wine.