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A French term for wine that contains 5 percent or less sugar, making it a semi-dry wine. A wine may be classified as demi-sec, which means "half dry" in French or sec, which means "dry". Manufacturers of wine may refer to a demi-sec wine as "rich" due to the sugar content, however, most refer to a rich wine as being a little sweeter than a wine classified as demi-sec.
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