Definitions

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  • adjective Not having been fined (clarified by filtration).
  • adjective Not having been fined (subjected to a financial penalty).

Etymologies

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un- +‎ fined

Examples

  • On the other hand, being "unfined" has long been considered a plus, as it supposedly means more flavor is retained.

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  • Oh yeah and the Silva wines are organically grown; unfined and unfiltered, while the Rock Point wines from the Rogue Valley are sustainable farmed and Salmon safe … search and ye shall find … Thank your local independently owned fine wine distributor – we are a rare breed, but we do exist.

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  • The local producer that won the most kudos was Damiani, and grower Phil Davis explained that one of the wines (he brought both the 2007 and the 2007 Reserve) was unfiltered and unfined.

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  • The local producer that won the most kudos was Damiani, and grower Phil Davis explained that one of the wines (he brought both the 2007 and the 2007 Reserve) was unfiltered and unfined.

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  • The local producer that won the most kudos was Damiani, and grower Phil Davis explained that one of the wines (he brought both the 2007 and the 2007 Reserve) was unfiltered and unfined.

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  • Unfiltered and unfined, it is a deep, opaque brick red in the glass.

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  • Unfiltered and unfined, it is a deep, opaque brick red in the glass.

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  • First off, do you know what an unfiltered, unfined, sediment-laden Nerello Mascalese from Etna is supposed to smell and taste like?

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  • First off, do you know what an unfiltered, unfined, sediment-laden Nerello Mascalese from Etna is supposed to smell and taste like?

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  • The wine undergoes malolactic fermentation in barrel followed by 19 months in new French oak before being bottled unfined and unfiltered.

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