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Term for a characteristic taste in the context of a wine address, It is characterized by a thickened and partly dried fruit, much alcohol and a certain sweetness. The latter is not necessarily based on actual ones residual sugar attributed, but more to the high level of grape ripeness and alcohol. Often come too chocolate and candied - nutty Aromas before, but are mostly a result of the expansion in new Barrique, Especially red wines from very warm to hot vintages or regions of origin, but also from grapes that have been deliberately overripe, often have liqueur flavors on. For some styles of wine this is quite wanted, for example with Amarone and similar wines. More often, however, this is unintentional, comes at the expense of delicacy and leads to a negative assessment or wine review, Liqueur notes are by no means a typical (as you might wrongly guess), but only a rare characteristic of sweet wines, However, there are produced according to special wine law regulations fortified wines,

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