Oaky

Having the aroma and flavor of oak, resulting from aging in oak casks or barrels. Oak-like qualities may impart smokiness, vanilla tones, or clove or other spicy characteristics. Some oakiness is desirable, but too much is not.
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Oaky

Influenced by aging in an oak cask. Implies a woody, spicy, astringent character.
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Oaky

A pejorative taste term for a wine that has been given too much oak treatment, perhaps through unsuitable ageing in new oak barrels. An oaky wine will usually taste and smell of freshly sawn wood, or may have sweet vanilla flavours. Like many taste judgements, it is a bit of a subjective call: people differ in their tolerance for oaky wines.
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Oaky

Oak'y noun Resembling oak; strong. Bp. Hall.
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Oaky

• (n.) Resembling oak; strong.
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Oaky

Tasting term to describe the smell or taste of excessive oak flavour in a wine.
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oaky

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Oaky

Excessive oak flavor in a wine.
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Oaky

Describes a class of aromas or flavors associated with oak barrels or casks.
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Oaky

Wines that are too oaky, often smell of vanilla. Those wines usually spent time in French oak barrels. Wines that are oakythat resided in America oak, often smell of dill pickle.
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Oaky

The smell of toasted vanilla, coconut or sandalwood conveyed to a wine by new oak.
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Oaky

A term used to describe the oak flavor in a wine.
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