Typicity

Typicity (French typicité, Italian tipicità) is a term in wine tasting used to describe the degree to which a wine reflects its varietal origins, and thus demonstrate the signature characteristics of the grape from which it was produced, i.e., how much a Merlot wine `tastes like a Merlot”. It is an important component in judging wine competi.....
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typicity

A subjective term used to indicate the degree to which a wine typifies the style of wine that it is supposed to represent. Unclear as to who determines what constitutes the typical wine.
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typicity

a tasting term that describes how well a wine expresses the characteristics inherent to the variety of grape represented.
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Typicity

A wine tasting term derived from the French word, typicit
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Typicity

A wine tasting term used to describe how much a wine expresses the typical characteristics of the varietal.
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Typicity

A wine tasting term used to describe how much a wine expresses the typical characteristics of the varietal.
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typicity

A wine that accurately displays specific characteristics known to be associated with a particular grape or region.
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