Fruity

Having the aroma or flavor of fruits such as apple, black currant, cherry, citrus, pear, peach, raspberry, strawberry, or, of course, grape. Typically associated with young, light wines.
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Fruity

Aroma and/or flavor of grapes; most common to young, light wines but refers also to such fruit flavors in wine as apple, black currant, cherry, citrus, pear, peach, raspberry, or strawberry; descriptive of wines in which the fruit is dominant.
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fruity

[adj] - tasting or smelling richly of or as of fruit
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Fruity

Technically, grapes are a fruit. It should come as no surprise, therefore, that some wines are described as fruity. Modern winemaking techniques help bring out the fruit character in wines that previously would have been much less attractive.
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Fruity

A young wine which has aromas of fresh fruits.
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fruity

adjective tasting or smelling richly of or as of fruit
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fruity

fruity 1. Of, containing, or relating to fruit. 2. Tasting or smelling richly of or as if of fruit. 3. Excessively sentimental or sweet. 4. Slang for 'crazy'; 'eccentric'.
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Fruity

Fruity is British slang for sexually suggestive.
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Fruity

Tasting term for wine which has retained the fresh flavour of the grapes used in its fermentation.
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Fruity

A descriptive term for the sweet, fragrant aroma or flavor characteristic of certain semi-soft cheeses, such as Pouy De Montagne or American Muenster, and some hard mountain cheese varieties. Baby Swiss and some Cheddars also present a fruity quality.
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Fruity

If someone is feeling fruity then they are feeling frisky. Watch out!
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Fruity

Tasting term for wine that retains the fresh flavor of the grapes used in its fermentation. Sometimes older wines, or wines that have undergone too much processing, can lose their fruitiness. In fine red wines, we often look for a balance between the natural fruitiness and the barrel-aged character added by oak.
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Fruity

Ripe-tasting flavors that remind one of various fruits. Most common in young wines. Not to be confused with sweetness.
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fruity

a tasting term signifying wines that exhibit strong smells and flavors of fresh fruit. Can also describe aromas of cooked fruit, as in ;jammy;.
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Fruity

Fruity wines are often simple wines. This is not a positive attribute because good wines near more than fruit.
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Fruity

A variety of fruit odours and tastes that may be discerned in wine including apple, apricot, citrus, cherries, & berries as well as grapes.
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Fruity

Tasting term for wine which has retained the fresh flavor of the grapes used in its fermentation.
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Fruity

An aromatic sensation created by a highly volatile set of aldehydes and esters found in coffee's aro
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