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“How 'bout a nice glass of barnyardy wine to go with your stinky cheese?”
“Some will find this a bit bretty and barnyardy, but I liked the funkiness and thought it in no way overpowered the wine's fruity complexity.”
“Buffalo milk, from which traditional mozzarella cheese is made, has a characteristic blend of modified fatty acids reminiscent of mushrooms and freshly cut grass, together with a barnyardy nitrogen compound indole.”
“Dry hay and silage are relatively poor in fat and protein and produce a less complicated, mildly cheesy aroma, while lush pasturage provides raw material for sweet, raspberry-like notes derivatives of unsaturated long-chain fatty acids, as well as barnyardy indoles.”
“Pasture-feeding, particularly on alfalfa and clover, increases the levels of a compound called skatole, which also contributes a barnyardy element to pork flavor, while lambs finished on grain for a month before slaughter are milder.”
“A tad barnyardy, though in a good way, and a nice concoction of fruit and minerality.”
“A bit faded, there is more barnyardy raspberries, some soft spice and hints of black olive.”
“I was hoping it would blow off, and it did, to some extent, leaving a wine that was dominated by a sort of chewy barnyardy character that was tolerable, and sort of interesting.”
“But I don’t want anything so unusual as to be off-putting -- Thanksgiving is not the time to test your mother-in-law’s tolerance for brett by pouring a barnyardy Syrah.”
“92 Pts. 1999 - This is looking a bit funky, a fair bit of barnyardy goodness with some drying tannins.”
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