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Thread: Does a wine become less fruity with age?

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    aesthete8 Guest

    Default Does a wine become less fruity with age?

    Is a wine that is more fruity less suitable to be eaten with food?

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    Patok Guest

    Default Re: Does a wine become less fruity with age?

    aesthete8 wrote:
    > Is a wine that is more fruity less suitable to be eaten with food?


    Is a fruit that is more whiny less suitable to be drunk with whine?

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    Ken Blake Guest

    Default Re: Does a wine become less fruity with age?

    On Tue, 21 Dec 2010 22:08:49 -0800 (PST), aesthete8 <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > Is a wine that is more fruity less suitable to be eaten with food?



    No. What wine is suitable to be "eaten" (you mean drunk, I assume)
    with food depends on what the food is. Sometimes fruitiness is
    desirable, sometimes it's not.

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