I started my new job as a waiter and I don’t want to ask my colleagues all the time. So we have 19 types of wines (red, white and rose). However, the clients keep asking different things regarding our wines like “I want something not too dry” I get so confused, isn’t wine liquid? How could it be dry? How do I know when it’s a dry/fruity/sweet wine? Is there anything on the label to make it easier to identify?
I’d like to know the major differences between dry, sweet, body, etc. I was looking up on Google, but all articles sound way smarter than I can actually comprehend.