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Wine / Oenology / Viticulture / wines
|Spanish term or phrase: vino con poca madera|
|It is speaking about the quality of wines|
|Local time: 01:10|
|not very oaky|
I would say that vino con madera would be oaky wine. So, I imagine you could say this one is not very oaky.
Vino con madera: es aquel que, además de poseer las cualidades olfato-gustativas propias de la variedad de vid de donde proceden, revelan también o anexan a las anteriores, los gustos y aromas propios de la madera de roble. Esto se puede conseguir por la conservación del vino en recipientes de roble o artificialmente agregando a éste, en el curso de su vinificación virutas o astillas de roble.
Vino sin madera: se le conoce así al vino que tiene todas las cualidades olfato-gustativas propias de la variedad de vid de donde procede, sin tener anexos los gustos y aromas de la madera de roble.
Describes the aroma or taste character of a wine that has interacted with the oak of a wood barrel. Most of the world's greatest red wines (and many of the world's greatest whites) are aged in wood before bottling and show some vanilla-spice-toast character contributed by oak.
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you seem to answer all my questions, thanks a lot
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wine with little oak
some other examples...good luck!
"...medium-bodied, light complexity, dry, balanced acidity, little or no oak, a hint of tannins..."
"Full flavored and rich with excellent varietal fruit and perfectly balanced oak integration. Fruit flavors have been complexed by yeast contact and creamy malolactic fermentation has given the wine a pleasant softness and low acid finish."
"An aromatic wine that begins with cedar, cola and hints of cassis. Emerging on the palate are satiating flavors of creamy vanilla, toasty oak and ripe bing cherry. This sumptuous cabernet has silky tannins that allow for the supple, full finish."
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