Stickie is the colloquial name for what kind of wine?

A. Semi sweet wine from a tropical area

B. Sweet wine from Australia

C. Sweet wine from South Africa

D. Cognac, Armagnac, and other potent beverages distilled from grapes


Stickies are the name Australians fondly give to their dessert wines.  Most Australian stickies are made from riesling, semillon or sauvignon blanc grapes, and are outrageously fruity and viscous (sticky).  Stickies usually come in half bottles and are considerably less expensive than French dessert wines.

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