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As part of a wine address used term for the "deliciousness" (good taste) of a wine. Not infrequently that is an exaggerated fruity or sweetish Taste at the bottom (perfect dry developed wines are not usually called "delicious"). From professional wine critics However, the already inflationarily used term is rarely used or even vehemently rejected because it is much too unclear / imprecise in meaning. In the opinion of critics, "yummy" has completely degenerated into a nonsense like "mega", "cool" or "full" and has spread at the expense of a more nuanced idiom, as well as the superficial "yummy taste" at the expense of a genuine, differentiated one taste taken hold. Not infrequently, so-called Coca-Cola wines (Mainstream wines) described as "delicious". See also the taste terms jammy and dropsig,

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