Pinot Grigio

The term "dry" refers to a white wine that contains little or no sugar. The grape sugars are transformed to alcohol during fermentation, resulting in a wine that is dry and low in sweetness. Despite its name, a semi-dry or off-dry wine still contains a little amount of residual sugar, which is why it's classified as sweet. Any white wine which is not sweet is considered a dry white. Sauvignon Blanc, Albarino, Pinot Grigio Brooklyn, and Gruner Veltliners are examples of common dry white wines.