Wines can be both sweet and bitter but if you like your wine sweet try the following variety's.
Riesling is grown in Austria, Germany, South Africa, New Zealand, France and the United States. It can be either a sweet dessert wine or a dry white wine. This wine variety is harvested late.
Lower in alcohol and higher in acid, sweet Riesling pairs very well with soft cheeses, fresh fruit, or with high salt content food which is balanced off by the sweetness of the wine.
Also known as Muscadel, Muscatel or Moscato is a fragrant dessert wine produced as both a sweet still wine or a sweet semi-sparkling wine. In many countries Muscato wines are produced in France, Portugal and Spain and smaller countries like Slovenia, Lebanon, Moldova and Greece to name a few. The Muscat grape can range in color from black to white and are high in flavonoids and sugars.
Muscat grapes are high in flavonoids, sugars and are used in raisins, edible grapes and sweeter style wines. In the U.S. in recent years, Muscato has grown in popularity, being a sweet wine that is approachable and which, with a variety of foods, pairs easily.
Produced in France's Loire Valley, Vouvray wine is a cold climate, very popular wine. It can be flavored, sweet, or dry and full-bodied. The sweet wine has a golden color, is fruity, vigorous and fresh.
They often require 4-5 years of bottle aging and are higher in acidity than dry versions. Vouray is produced in traditional steel tanks and almost never in oak and is popular as both a sparkling wine and a still wine.
Typically high in acidity is the Chenin Blanc varietal. For sweet wine, at an exact time the grapes are harvested, very often late in the year when the grapes can be exposed to maximum amounts of noble rot. Botrytis or "noble rot" is a highly prized natural mold, that imparts sweetness and high sugars that no other natural process can match.
Typically, you can expect to discover notes of mineral and green honey or a chalkiness that opens up to flavors of chocolate/almond, honey or nuttiness, along with citrus fruits.
With Mexican or spicy Asian cuisine, Chenin Blanc wine pairs exceptionally well.