Wine usually contains between 10% and 14% alcohol by volume. Dessert and fortified wines usually contain more. In accordance with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tabacco, and Firearms (ATF), a wine must have no more than 14% alcohol, else it is classified as a “high fermentation wine”, a term that applies to most dessert (e.g. Muscat) and fortified wines (e.g. cognac and port).
How much alcohol is typically found in a wine?
November 17, 2017 / by / in Chapter 9: Trivia for Wine Nerds