The Difference Between Wine and Mead

Mead, sometimes called honey wine, is not actually wine. It's in its own category of alcoholic beverages.

Mead is made by diluting and fermenting honey and can be flavored with other fruits, spices, and grains.

There are many types of mead, including dry and sweet, sparkling, and low and high alcohol versions.

Wine is made by fermenting fruit juice. It can be any type of fruit, but it's most often made with grapes.

The flavors in wine differ based on the types of grapes and choices made in the winemaking process.

Wine can be white, rosé, or red. It can also be dry or sweet. And it may be still or sparkling.

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