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A title derived from the Italian Secco (dry), first applied to wines of Madeira style produced in the Canary Islands, but extended during the 17th century to all strong white Southern wines, distinguishing them as a class both from Rhenish and red wines. It was for a time employed specifically to designate sherry. Its use is now generally confined to a light-colored dry Spanish wine.

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