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typicité (F)
typicality (GB)
tipicidad (ES)
tipicità (I)

Designation for a characteristic and unmistakable property. In viticulture become with it colour. odor and taste understood a wine. A typical wine typology can be complex and needs to be understood in the context of the description; for example, "typically sparkling-fruity Beaujoalis Nouveau "," Typically saltier Sherry Manzanilla "," Trockenbeerenauslese with typical botrytis "," Dry Riesling with typical petrol tone "Or" yellow-colored Vin Jaune with that by the oxidative expansion typical nuttiness ". There are the following types with examples given, which are related and dependent on each other (for example, is a Amarone bitter and Trockenbeerenauslese are made from botrytised grapes):

See the topic also under the keywords flavorings (taste-forming substances in wine) and total extract (Ingredients in the wine).

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