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Usually said of wine lacking in acidity (see "acid")
A floral smell in wines such as Gewurztraminer and young wines made of White Riesling grapes.

Flat: Having low acidity; the next stage after flabby. Can also refer to a sparkling wine that has lost its bubbles.
Fleshy: Soft and smooth in texture, with very little tannin.

: Sparkling wine that has lost its effervescence. Applied to still wines describes a wine that is out of balance due to a lack of acidity and is insipid and dull on the palate.

A term for wine lacking a refreshing, tart or sour taste, or sparkling wines that have lost their bubbles.

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Dull, lacking in liveliness, often in wine without sufficient acid.
General taste of a wine.

Flat-Dull, lacking in liveliness; wine without sufficient acid.
Flavor-How the wine tastes.
Fleshy-Fatness of fruit; big, ripe.

: Used by wine experts to describe a wine that is lifeless, dull and boring.
Fortified: Fortified wines are where spirit has been added to increase their natural strength. Brandy is added to sherry and Port.

Flat, fat, flabby: Heavy, insipid. Critical term for a wine without sufficient acidity, therefore lacking "structure." ...

Lacking acidity, character and any distinctive flavor; in sparkling wine, signifying a loss of sparkle.
Smell and taste combined.

Flat: usually connoting a wine without acid tang; see oxidized.

- Dull wine, sparkling wine that has lost its fizz.
Fleshy - A wine that has plenty of fruit and extract.
Floral - Smells like fresh flowers.

Flat (Plat)
Describes wine with no bouquet or acidity.
The sum of what is detected by the mouth and nose.

: A wine that lacks acidity.
fleshy: A wine of full body and rich mouth-filling flavour.

Opposite of "firm". Usually indicates very low acidity, so tasting insipid and lacking flavor. Often refers to a sparkling wine that has lost its bubbles ...

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, fat, flabby
Critical term for a wine without sufficient acidity, therefore lacking "structure."
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Flat: Wine lacking a refreshing slightly sour taste and sparkling wines that have lost most of their carbon dioxide.

Fortified wine: A wine in which the alcohol content has been increased by the addition of wine, spirits, or brandy.

, oxidized smell and taste reminiscent of Madeira. Term is applied to wines that have passed their prime and have acquired a brown tinge.
Softened with proper age.

Low acidity; worse than "flabby". Also describing sparkling wine that has lost its bubbles.

A , usually silver, cup that was once used to taste and evaluate wine. Since it is like a saucer, it is almost useless for smelling the wine.

Flat, lifeless, lacking crispness, and ultimately boring.
Having complexity and finesse without being aggressive or heavy.

In relation to sparkling wines, refers to a wine that has lost its effervescence. In all other wines the term is used interchangeably with "flabby" to denote a wine that is lacking acidity, particularly on the finish.

noticeable acidity Delicate a wine that may have heightened acidity, but lighter on tannin and fruit Soft a wine with lower acidity Flabby a wine with very low acidity Fallen Over a wine that no longer has acidity due to age Flat ...

Tastevin. Small, silver wine cup used for tasting by Sommeliers.
Varietal. Term for grape variety.
Vin de Pays. Wine of the country. An everyday table wine.

Wine not in balance may be acidic, cloying, flat, or harsh.
Barn-yardy: Smell of earth, truffle, and wet leaves.
Big: A wine that is full-bodied, rich and slightly alcoholic tasting.
Bite: A marked degree of acidity or tannin.

Wine not in balance may be "acidic," "cloying," "" or "harsh."
Big: A wine that is full-bodied, rich and slightly alcoholic tasting.
Character: A wine with top-notch distinguishing qualities.
Crisp: Denotes a fresh, young, wine with good acidity.

Rinsing with hot water before use can remove any detergent residue which can cause the bubbles in sparkling wine to go flat.
Most fine wine shops, beverage stores and kitchen supply shops have a wide selection of wineglasses.

The answer isn't a -out "no," but a more accurate answer would be not usually. Some white wines, such as a young Mersault or Chablis from France that are made to age would probably benefit greatly by being decanted.

The short, wide "sherbet" type of glass is beyond passť! Never use them for anything but dessert. They 1) dissipate the bubbles quickly so the Champagne goes flat; 2) they don't display the beautiful bubbles well; and 3) they leave no room for the ...

Winemaking commences with the annual grape harvest and can be accomplished by either mechanical harvesting equipment (usually easiest for vineyards that lie on relatively land) or hand harvesting.

With the Alpine mountain ranges dominating a third of the area, and foothills leading to flat rice fields at the base, Veneto [VEH-neh-toh] is the most geographically diverse of the Italian growing regions.

This method had however the disadvantage of dissolving effervescence, therefore the wine became and with no bubbles.

Many of these vines were planted on flat areas that were not particularly suitable for growing other wine grapes because it was more profitable than sugar beet, which was the main alternative crop in those locations.

Now, take your case of wine and lay the wines in a place where it's dark, with a moderate temperature. Mark your calendar and start opening them in a year, or two or three. The changes will be interesting.

Warm places (like on top of the refrigerator or beside the stove) can make red wine taste flat and dull. White wines need to be served quite cool, but it's hard to find extra space in the refrigerator when entertaining.

Most white wine bottles are in fact made with or mostly bottoms. However, for historical reasons, most red wine bottles are made with punts.

Fat wines : Sweet and soft it is called flat and disliked. It is qualified of voluptuous when judged excellent.
Generous wines : Full and rich wines which easily deliver their flavour. Visit " ".

Madeira: The process which white wine becomes and dark due to excessive aging or poor storage.
Madre: Sediment left at the bottom of a barrel.
Magnum: A larger bottle of wine containing double the amount.

See also: See also: Wine, Taste, Grape, Sweet, White

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