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Romanian translation:buchet, aroma
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07:54 Nov 5, 2008
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Wine / Oenology / Viticulture
English term or phrase: structure
Definition from thewinedoctor.com:
A tasting term. When a wine is described as having structure, the taster is referring to the tannin and acidity levels. These elements give the wine a presence in the mouth; without them wine would tend towards a flabby, fruit flavoured drink.

Example sentence(s):
  • Tannins originate from the skins of the fruit, the stems and, to a much lesser extent, oak of the barrels. They impart a ‘puckery’, astringent or sometimes bitter sensation to the wine. They also contribute to the structure and body of the wine. redwinebuzz.com
  • A better wine, then, isn’t bitter. Essentially, the tannins provide the structure for the wine to age, but a good, aged wine’s flavor isn’t overwhelmed by tannins. AgroTropical Spain
  • Pretty much all wine, irrespective of how its made, where its made or what grapes its made with, has certain things in common – it has fruit flavourings, it has acid, it has alcohol and, if is red, it has tannin. That’s it, that’s structure: Fruit, acid alcohol and Tannin. When people talk about structure they are talking about the interplay of these three things. Wine guide
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buchet, aroma
Definition:
Aroma olfactiva care se degaja dintr-un vin; sinonim: fruct, parfum, buchet primar. Buchetul provine in primul rand din strugure, fiind specific fiecarui soi. Exemplu de vin cu buchet caracteristic: Muscat.
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buchet, aroma


Definition from own experience or research:
Aroma olfactiva care se degaja dintr-un vin; sinonim: fruct, parfum, buchet primar. Buchetul provine in primul rand din strugure, fiind specific fiecarui soi. Exemplu de vin cu buchet caracteristic: Muscat.

Example sentence(s):
  • Aspect curat, stralucitor. Culoare rosu purpuriu intens. Arome fine, intense, de fructe rosii (coacaze, zmeura, cirese), atingeri de lemn-dulce, mure si flori cum ar fi violetele, caramele, fructe coapte, lactate. Buchet sec, structurat, amplu si echilibrat. Gust lung si persistent, amarui si foarte elegant. Miros variat, cu senzatii de fructe rosii si mure. - vin.ro  
Monica Nicolau
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Native speaker of: Native in RomanianRomanian
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Yes  Magdalena Bergmann: Monica is right.
145 days
  -> Multumesc.

Yes  Stela Koci
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  -> Multumesc.
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