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vinous (GB)
vineux (F)
vinoso (I)
Positive to understand term (vinosity) in the context of a wine address, the presence of alcohol in conjunction with other properties, such as total extract describes. This describes the taste as pleasant-warming. This is directly related to a certain alcohol content; Under 11% vol, a wine is usually no longer "vinous". This is more pronounced at higher temperatures because at low the alcohol taste is neutralized. A high alcohol content Alone does not make a full-bodied wine, but alcohol can enhance the overall impression and round off positively. A dominant impression of the alcohol is positive than alcoholic, a particularly strong and then already negative expression as gangrenous described. See also below body and structure,

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