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Significant influence on the quality of wine has in addition soil type. varieties and the winegrower's art climate, Wines sometimes reflect a considerable extent in the weather-related, often very specific peculiarities of a year. In this context, one speaks of vintage-related typicality, for example, wines can have a "vintage-typical botrytis "Or due to heat spells a" roasted note " respectively. In warm growing areas, the fluctuations are usually not so strong, the deviations lower. In contrast, weather-related differences can be significant in cooler growing areas, such as the Italian regions Piedmont and Tuscany, in Austria the winegrowing area Wachau and the wine regions in the state Styria, the German growing area Moselle, as well as the French regions Burgundy. Bordeaux. Alsace and Loire,

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