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vinous

1. of, relating to, or characteristic of wine
2. indulging in or indicative of indulgence in wine
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That's fair, because per meates in that range certainly lack vinous character.
Sweet, malty caramel flavors and layers of dark chocolate and raisins, supported by well-integrated, dry, tannic notes and a slightly vinous character from oak aging.
Some glorious, bright, mostly German wines make me remember how much I love the vinous produce of the country.
I started this vinous odyssey the other night with a Wolf Blass Silver Label Chardonnay, left, which had a kind of lean, flinty edge to it as well as fruit that was far from the big round peachy carry-on that was more fashionable with the grape years back.
"nose is very vinous, reminds me of a barley wine."
Immensely entertaining, it is a chronological romp through millennia of vinous history, from those original Georgians, who discovered how to turn grapes into an intoxicatingly pleasurable drink, to Rudy Kurniawan who, in 2014, was convicted of wine fraud worth tens of millions.
10 September 2015 - Antonio Galloni, the founder of US-based wine publication Vinous, has acquired wine zine Loam Baby, Galloni said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 10, 2015-US Wine Publication Vinous Acquires Wine Zine Loam Baby
The flavour is rich and intense with dark chocolate flavours together with some roast flavours and some vinous notes in the background.
Synopsis: Woody Robins is a bon vivant, devil-may-care wine guru who specializes in investigatory work involving rare artifacts of a vinous nature.