acetic

(ә-se´tik) (ә-set´ik) pertaining to vinegar or its acid; sour.
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acetic

[adj] - relating to or containing acetic acid
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Acetic

• (a.) Of a pertaining to vinegar; producing vinegar; producing vinegar; as, acetic fermentation. • (a.) Pertaining to, containing, or derived from, acetyl, as acetic ether, acetic acid. The latter is the acid to which the sour taste of vinegar is due.
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acetic

adjective relating to or containing acetic acid
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Acetic

A·ce'tic (#; 277) adjective [ Latin acetum vinegar, from acere to be sour.] (Chemistry) (a) Of a pertaining to vinegar; producing vinegar; producing vinegar; as, acetic fermentation. (b) Pertaining to, containing, or derived from, acetyl, as acetic ...
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Acetic

A defect in wine that has been exposed to air; smells and tastes like vinegar.
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Acetic

A term with a negative connotation in wine referring to a sharp vinegary taste and smell. This occurs as a result of the presence of acetobacter, a bacteria that naturally converts wine to vinegar in the presence of oxygen.
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acetic

acetic 1. Having the nature of vinegar. 2. Pertaining to, derived from, or producing vinegar or acetic acid.
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Acetic

All wines have some traces of acetic acids, which offer a vinegar scent. Too much acetic acid destroys a wine. Acetic acids are the cause behind volatile acidity, or VA.
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Acetic

Describing the vinegar-like taste or smell that a wine develops from overexposure to air.
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Acetic

In wine evaluation, the odor of acetic acid and ethyl acetate.
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acetic

This volatile acid is one that contributes to the acidity of a wine. In small amounts it can also 'lift' the palate and accentuate aroma and flavour. In excess it produces a vinegary taste. It may also be the product of bacterial spoilage, which is how wine turns to vinegar if left unprotected from such bacteria.
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acetic

Type: Term Pronunciation: a-sē′tik, -set′ik Definitions: 1. Denoting the presence of the two-carbon fragment of acetic acid. 2. Relating to vinegar; sour.
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Acetic

Vinegary taste or smell that develops when a wine is overexposed to air.
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acetic

Wines, no matter how well made, contain quantities of acetic acidity that have a vinegary smell. If there is an excessive amount of acetic acidity, the wine will have a vinegary smell and be a flawed, acetic wine.
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