Flinty

• (superl.) Consisting of, composed of, abounding in, or resembling, flint; as, a flinty rock; flinty ground; a flinty heart.
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flinty

granitic adjective showing unfeeling resistance to tender feelings; `the child`s misery would move even the most obdurate heart`
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Flinty

Flint'y adjective [ Compar. Flintier ; superl. Flintiest .] Consisting of, composed of, abounding in, or resembling, flint; as, a flinty rock; flinty ground; a flinty heart. Flinty rock , or Flinty state
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flinty

A flavour not unlike struck match and flint stone that can be found in some white wines, notably Chablis. Very high sulfur dioxide levels, and storage under screwcap may contribute to this aroma.
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Flinty

A tasting term used to describe white wine having a hard, austere, dry, clean taste. An example might be a Chablis that has a bouquet reminiscent of flint struck by steel. In Chablis, the term is positive and a good descriptor for some of the finest wines.
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Flinty

Dry, mineral character that comes from certain soils, mostly limestone, in which the wine was grown; typical of French Chablis and Loire Valley Sauvignon Blancs (Sancerre).
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Flinty

Having a mineral character; associated with wines from grapes grown in limestone, such as French Chablis and Loire Valley Sauvignon Blancs (Sancerre).
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Flinty

Next time you are taking a stroll through chalk downland, reach down and pick up two mid-sized flints. Bang them together hard, and take a sniff: this is the smell that in wines is referred to as 'flinty', and it's often used to describe young Chablis.
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Flinty

Tasting term used to describe wine with a hard, austere, dry and crisp or sharp mouthfeel. Often used for a clean white wine such as Chablis which has a bouquet and taste reminiscent of flint struck by steel.
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Flinty

Tasting term used to describe wine with a hard, dry, clean taste reminiscent of flint struck by steel.
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flinty

unyielding; stern
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flinty

[adj] - showing unfeeling resistance to tender feelings 2. [adj] - having austere inflexibility
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