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Describes a wine that makes an impression on the palate with well-defined characteristics and high yet not excessive acidity.
A young wine, at the time when fermentations have finished. By extension, it is also used to describe a wine that has recently been released for sale, which has the characteristics of a young wine, especially in terms of primary aromas (fruity, floral). In Bordeaux, rosé wines are sold in their youthful prime.