Oaky sentence example

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  • An oaky wine will usually taste and smell of freshly sawn wood, or may have sweet vanilla flavors.
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  • For intance, having white wine with a steak is perfectly acceptable, especially if you've selected a big, oaky Chardonnay; however, if you are serving a delicately flavored white wine, the steak might overpower it.
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  • This allows the oaky characteristics of the wine to develop.
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  • This is not your average oaky, candied mess that abounds these days in the Merlot aisle.
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  • First, if you're the type who loves to drink those oaky, buttery-slick California Chardonnays, I think you can skip this one.
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  • Mostly Grenache blended with Syrah and Mourvèdre, this Les Buissons is a dark ruby red with a showy nose of black fruit, spiciness, oaky vanilla, and enlivening earthy notes.
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  • Many winemakers cask their Cabernet's in oak casks, resulting in an oaky, flavorful blend.
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  • White wines run the gamut from dry to sweet and from bright and crisp to smooth and oaky.
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  • Oaky: Oak adds a toast or vanilla characteristic to wine.
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  • Aged for six months in French oak casks, the Acrobat Pinot Noir is known for its oaky nose and spicy taste.
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