• (a.) Of or pertaining to pepper; having the qualities of pepper; hot; pungent. • (a.) Fig.: Hot-tempered; passionate; choleric.
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A spicy odor sometimes found in white table wines and perhaps related to sub-threshold sulfur dioxide. Not considered a fault unless excessive.
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Either the aroma of black pepper as found in cool climate Shiraz wines or the hot tingling sensation experienced in wines with very high levels of alcohol.
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A descriptive term for cheese with a sharp, pepper flavor. Aged Cheddar may be described as peppery.
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Pep'per·y adjective 1.
Of or pertaining to pepper; having the qualities of pepper; hot; pungent. 2.
Fig.: Hot-tempered; passionate; choleric.
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A component in wine aromas or flavors, whether red, white, black or bell.
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A peppery wine is just that, the wine can smell of fresh black or white pepper. Peppery wines often come from Rhone.
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Description for the fiery and sharpen Smell and taste of a wine after paprika (Chili, pepperoni) or pepper as part of a wine address, So although these are different spice families, the same term is often used because the sensations are very similar when consumed. It is not a pure taste, but one trigeminal Pain sensation, which is also often with s...
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having the piquant burning taste of peppers; `corn chips with peppery salsa`
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A peppery quality to a wine is usually noticeable in many Rh
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