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máderisé (F)
maderizzato (I)

For the Portuguese Madeira typical wine character, which through the conscious oxidative expansion and the warming or heating of the wine arises. Draw this one amber to brown color and a caramel-like, cooked taste. The cause of the typical smell and taste is the aroma sotolone, With a conventional wine, the term becomes a wine address used negatively for an aged to spoiled wine and is considered to be more pronounced wine faults, The flowing border to Sherryton can not be drawn exactly - most likely by the caramel tone (Madeira) and nut tone (sherry). Related terms are firn. oxidized. rahnig. rancio and rancid,

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