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máderisé (F)
maderizzato (I)

For the Portuguese Madeira typical wine character by the conscious oxidative expansion and the heating or heating of the wine is produced. This draw a amber to brown color and one caramel-like, cooked taste. The cause of the typical smell and taste is the aroma sotolone, In a conventional wine, the term in the context of a wine address used negatively for an over-aged to spoiled wine and applies to more pronounced than wine faults, The flowing border to the Sherryton can not be drawn exactly - most likely through the caramel (Madeira) and Nusston (sherry). Related terms are firn. oxidized. rahnig. rancio and rancid,

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