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madeirization (GB)
madérisation (F)
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This also generally considered Alterston (but see there) or mouth-like "Altl" designated typical taste and smell occurs especially in older white wines. The name derives from Old High German "firni" for "year old" or "old". This most common type of Alterstons but not allowed UTA (untypical age sound), sulfurous off (Lagerböckser) or the related petrol tone be confused. The cause of old-age pimples is first and foremost oxidation by atmospheric oxygen, This is done by too high oxygen uptake after the filtration, as well as by high temperatures during storage, reinforced by high content of flavonoids phenols in the wine. This is also promoted by defective corks (closures). Firewood can be produced after one and a half years in the case of log storage, but this usually takes much longer for bottle storage.

The fires emerge through Karamellisierungs reactions between amino acids (Proteins) and Sugar, The typical bitter taste is expressed by the smell and taste of black tea, old straw, honey, resin, nuts, mushrooms and damp soil. The responsible substances are higher aldehydes (Alcohol compounds). The sound can increase up to an unpleasant camphor-like (after the tree) impression. Due to the oxidation it comes to color changes up to the so-called Hochfärbigkeit, Lovers of older white wines tolerate the age-old to a small extent and even describe them positively as "noble-minded". To a greater extent, it is at least one wine faults, The cause is completely different Schwefelsäurefirn,

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