'P' - Wine Tasting Terminology

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Poor

A wine that may not have faults, but one of little merit.

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Perlant

French term for a slightly sparkling wine. Also referred to as “petillant”. The small bubbles give the wine a lift, masking sweetness and providing a refreshing tingle. Occasionally considered a fault in wine that is meant to be still but reveals small bubbles when poured.

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Precocious

Suggesting an overly rapid development of a wine.

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Pungent

A wine that is very aromatic and very often earthy in character.

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