The unique character of a specific variety of grape. For example, Sauvignon Blanc is known for its "new-mown hay" or "grassy" character. Cabernet Sauvignon is associated with black currant, green olive, herb and bell pepper.
The tasting term which describes the positive characteristics that distinguish a given coffee from coffees of other regions.
refers the combination of aromas and tactile impressions typically offered by a particular grape variety.
Aroma and flavor characteristics typical of a variety, for instance apple or pear for Chardonnay or black currant for Cabernet Sauvignon. When evaluating a wine, the most important thing is that the wine smell and taste good, but if it has a varietal name, then you also expect it to demonstrate varietal character.
The character typical of a specific grape variety.
The particular flavor profile of a specific grape. For example. the grass and grapefruit characteristics of Sauvignon Blanc or blackcurrants and cedar to describe Cabernet Sauvignon.
The aromas and flavors typical for a particular grape variety.
The particular flavor of the grape VARIETY used in making the wine. Definitely a desirable characteristic.
The aromas and taste sensations typical of a particular grape variety.
The specific and unique combination of color, taste, and texture of a wine, which is directly attributed to the grape variety.
Character typical for the grape variety.
The particular flavor characteristics associated with a grape picked at optimum maturity (see also breed, herbaceous, grapey).