flabby

[adj] - lacking firmness or stiffness
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Flabby

A word used to describe a wine that doesn't have enough acidity to balance the other elements. Buttery Chardonnays with rich tropical fruit flavours from warm-climate regions are most likely to show this sort of character, especially if they are a few years old.
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Flabby

Tasting term used to indicate a wine lacking in structure, often marked by low acidity.
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Flabby

Flab'by adjective [ See Flap .] Yielding to the touch, and easily moved or shaken; hanging loose by its own weight; wanting firmness; flaccid; as, flabby flesh.
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Flabby

• (a.) Yielding to the touch, and easily moved or shaken; hanging loose by its own weight; wanting firmness; flaccid; as, flabby flesh.
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Flabby

Tasting term for a wine which is too low in acidity, too high in pH and difficult to drink. Flabby wines taste "fat" and retain an unpleasantly thick mouthfeel. See Fat.
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flabby

A wine that is too fat or obese is a flabby wine. Flabby wines lack structure and are heavy to taste.
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Flabby

A tasting term for a wine that is too low in acidity, too high in pH and difficult to drink. Many California Chardonnay table wines in the 1990s suffered from this defect, as winemakers tried to make bigger and more impressive wines. They didn't sell very well.
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Flabby

Describes a wine that is soft and lacking acidity.
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Flabby

Flabby wines are low in acidity and lie there in still in your mouth. They are heavy and not fun to taste.
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flabby

A wine without enough acid or body, leaving it flat in the mouth, particularly on the finish.
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flabby

A wine that lacks acidity and therefore has a dull and lifeless taste.
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Flabby

Tasting term for a wine which is too low in acidity, too high in pH and difficult to drink.
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