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Description for a wine in the context of a wine address, with which an overemphasized, prominent taste is named. The overall impression is therefore inharmonious or not balanced. The other taste components are covered up or are not shown to advantage. As a rule, however, this is not a wine defect. This can affect the following components, among others:

If individual components are extremely pronounced, one speaks of aggressive, which then comes much closer to a wine defect or at least a quality defect.

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