Wine, fortified

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Fortified wine is wine that has had spirits added to it during fermentation. This kills the yeast and acts as a preservative, while raising the alcohol and sugar content of the final product.

Generally brandy is used as a fortification agent.

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Brands and Variations of Fortified wine

Dubonnet, blanc

A fortified wine beverage produced in France. It is made from fortified wine, spices and herbs, and quinine. It was heavily used as an aperitif earlier in the previous century.

Dubonnet, rouge

A fortified wine beverage produced in France. It is made from fortified wine, spices and herbs, and quinine. It was heavily used as an aperitif earlier in the previous century.

MD 20/20

A line of fruit flavored fortified wines. MD stands for Mogen David, but the brand is now marketed under the name Mad Dog.

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