Can Sweet Wine’s U.S. Image Be Rehabilitated?

So grateful to be quoted in Wine Enthusiast by Kelsey Ogletree, chatting about sweet wine.

People often associate sweet wines with dessert for good reason. Alongside dessert, the wine often doesn’t taste as sweet, says Caroline Conner, wine coach and founder of Wine Dine Caroline. But sweeter wines pair well with much more. Conner points to racy, off-dry styles of Riesling or Pinot Gris that can help alleviate spiciness of Thai cuisine, or how rich Sauternes meets its match in deeply savory, salty foie gras.