Definitions

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  • noun A resemblance to grapes.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They can have some grapiness, bing cherries, black pepper and a nice bite at the end that's like a little farewell giggle.

    Grenache Enters the Spotlight

  • Pink-tinged, and it tastes pink, too, with some weight and grapiness.

    Discovering American Bubbly

  • I have tasted the available vintages blind against the Cuvée Réservée, and in most cases I have a slight preference for the more intense fruit and grapiness of the Cuvée Réservée, but the Cuvée Laurence is noticeably more complex and evolved because of its longer sojourn in wood.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I have tasted the available vintages blind against the Cuvée Réservée, and in most cases I have a slight preference for the more intense fruit and grapiness of the Cuvée Réservée, but the Cuvée Laurence is noticeably more complex and evolved because of its longer sojourn in wood.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I have tasted the available vintages blind against the Cuvée Réservée, and in most cases I have a slight preference for the more intense fruit and grapiness of the Cuvée Réservée, but the Cuvée Laurence is noticeably more complex and evolved because of its longer sojourn in wood.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I have tasted the available vintages blind against the Cuvée Réservée, and in most cases I have a slight preference for the more intense fruit and grapiness of the Cuvée Réservée, but the Cuvée Laurence is noticeably more complex and evolved because of its longer sojourn in wood.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I have tasted the available vintages blind against the Cuvée Réservée, and in most cases I have a slight preference for the more intense fruit and grapiness of the Cuvée Réservée, but the Cuvée Laurence is noticeably more complex and evolved because of its longer sojourn in wood.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I have tasted the available vintages blind against the Cuvée Réservée, and in most cases I have a slight preference for the more intense fruit and grapiness of the Cuvée Réservée, but the Cuvée Laurence is noticeably more complex and evolved because of its longer sojourn in wood.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I have tasted the available vintages blind against the Cuvée Réservée, and in most cases I have a slight preference for the more intense fruit and grapiness of the Cuvée Réservée, but the Cuvée Laurence is noticeably more complex and evolved because of its longer sojourn in wood.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I have tasted the available vintages blind against the Cuvée Réservée, and in most cases I have a slight preference for the more intense fruit and grapiness of the Cuvée Réservée, but the Cuvée Laurence is noticeably more complex and evolved because of its longer sojourn in wood.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

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