A label term used in Germany for semi-sweet wines a liter of which has maximum 18 gr sugar.


It is used for the wines with high acid or tannin and which creates an effect souring mouth. It is a feature frequently seen in young red wines which are suitable for aging.


Perfect balance of all elements, fruit, acid and grain.

Haut Mdoc:

Wine production area on the south of Mdoc region of Bordeaux. It is famous for its full bodied red wines.


It is used to express aromas reminding smell of newly cut grass. It is clear in Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Merlot grapes. It is also defined as mowed grass.


Flavor and tastes reminding vegetation cover or plants.


The region in the North Rhone region famous for its little amount of white and mostly red wine productions. The town Tain lHermitage which locates on the coats of Rhone River and has calcareous earth is known with its wines made from Syrah grapes. Hermitage wines have rich, intensive, spicy features and suitable for aging. Its young white wines derived from Marsene and Roussane grapes, however, have hard, neat and fruity features.


Sweet at a sensible level. The examples may include the sweetness in the wines made from late crop Riesling and matured Sauternes grapes.

Hot Wine:

It is used for red wines drunk hot by adding by some flavors and smelly substances. Sugar, lemon, orange, apple may be added. Spices such as clove, small coconut and cinnamon may be added.