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microbiologically

microbiological (GB)
General name for a wine in the context of a wine address which has a typical smell and taste vinegar, Milk, yeast. Mold etc. has. This includes the pallet butyric. lactic acid (Sauerkraut), sweat and pomace. Not infrequently this indicates one wine faults towards, through active microorganisms like bacteria or mushrooms was caused. Related to this are narrower terms buttery. earthy. yeasty. milky. moldy and fusty, See also below aroma wheel,

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