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Sack wine

A dialectal term commonly used in South Tyrol (bagged wine) for a wine weakened by excessive filtration and the resulting loss of aromas. It derives from the fact that in the past, sackcloth was used for filtration. Accordingly, a "bagged taste" corresponds to the filter taste.

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