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bland

Description (also bland) for taste in the context of a wine speech. Such a wine has a dull, inexpressive character. The term is often used for oxidised or over-aged wines. Related terms are haggard, thin, over, hollow and over-aged. Positive opposites are expressive and full-bodied.

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