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In Austria common name (also "tail" or in dialect "Schwoaf", as well as in the Swabian dialect "Schwänzle") for the leaving; look there.

Name (also echo, finale, finish, reverberation, sustainability, tail) for the time remaining or the duration of the Taste impression on the palate and tongue while tasting or enjoying a wine. But in the complex process of perception, not only is the taste ( gustatory ), but also the odor ( olfactory ) and the sense of touch ( trigeminal ). These three individual senses can not be clearly delineated, but influence each other and result in a complex pleasure experience. However, as often mistakenly assumed and asserted, it does not come about simply by swallowing or swallowing. It is the period in which the impressions in the mouth still "resonate" after the wine leaves the...

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