Description (also kompottig) for the taste in the context of a wine address. This is characterised by a very dense and concentrated and strongly pronounced fruity aroma. In extreme cases, this can result in an artificial (artificial, unnatural) taste impression. This style became an international trend in the 1990s, which is also attributed to the preferred and positive evaluation by the US wine critic Robert Parker (*1947). In more pronounced form, the taste is referred to as cooking. Influencing factors are above all full to overripe grapes, high fermentation temperatures and certain yeasts, as well as mash heating. So-called Coca-Cola wines (mainstream wines) often have marmalade notes. See also under the taste terms dropsig, tasty and sweetish.