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As part of a wine address Term used for the "delicacy" (good taste) of a wine. It is often an exaggeration fruity or sweetish Taste based (perfect dry aged wines are usually not described as "tasty"). From professional wine critics the term, which is already used in inflationary terms, is hardly ever used or even vehemently rejected because its meaning is far too unclear / imprecise. In the opinion of critics, "tasty" has become a word like "mega", "cool" or "full" and has spread at the expense of a more differentiated expression, as well as the superficial "tasty taste" at the expense of a real, differentiated one taste taken hold. So-called are not uncommon Coca-Cola wines (Mainstream wines) described as "delicious". See also under the terms of taste jammy and dropsig,

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