There are some wines that are labeled as "no dosage". This term refers to the amount of sugar added to the wine during the final stages of production. In traditional winemaking, a small amount of sugar, known as dosage, is added to the wine before it is corked to balance out the acidity and add a touch of sweetness.
If you prefer a drier style of wine or are looking for a wine that pairs well with seafood or light dishes, a no dosage wine may be the perfect choice. It offers a cleaner and more pristine flavor profile that can complement a wide range of food pairings.