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How Good Is The Wine?
Conclusion And Assessment

In addition to describing colour and bouquet, a good tasting note should combine a relatively objective description of the wine's general style (full-bodied or light, soft or sharp in acidity, modestly or deeply flavoured, etc), along with a description of its flavours and quality as distinct from its constituent parts. Think of this like describing an individual's height, build and colour first, and then the their personality.

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