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Kochton

cooked note (GB)

Name (also cooking taste or "cooked") for one wine faults, which is expressed by a sweet, overripe smell and taste of cooked fruit or vegetables. The causative substance is called hydroxymethylfurfural, To a lesser extent, this is done with the rather positive term jammy described. The diverse causes can oxidation, overripe grapes, as well as improper bottling (Hot filling), mash heating or pasteurization his.

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