How to use Tannins in a sentence

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  • They possess a delicate Laticiferous layer of protoplasm, with numerous small nuclei lining Tissue the walls, while the interior of the tube (corresponding with the cell-vacuole) contains a fluid called latex, consisting of an emulsion of fine granules and drops of very various substances suspended in a watery medium in which various other substances (salts, sugars, rubber-producers, tannins, alkaloids and various enzymes) are dissolved.

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  • It has a dark purple color, beautiful pure cassis and blackcurrant fruit, lovely moderate tannins and an elegant and long finish.

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  • The palate was big and tough - the tannins fighting it out with blackberry and blackcurrant fruit.

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  • Quite concentrated, jelly like fruit, lots of tannins seemed a touch musty.

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  • Full-bodied, with very, very racy tannins that develop wonderfully on the palate.

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  • The workshop focused on the problems of tannins in animals, particularly ruminant, nutrition.

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  • The finest tannins â like the threads in a silk shawl.

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  • Fine grained, soft tannins and perfect balance followed by a very long lingering finish with hints of blackberry and plum.

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  • They are soothing and they also contain tannins, which extract moisture from skin cells and speed healing.

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  • Some producers panicked and have made wines which have unripe tannins.

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  • The palate balances ripe, sweet fruit with a finish showing pronounced tannins - this is a well structured wine with lovely texture.

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  • As wood is slightly porous a touch of air gets into the wine which helps to soften the tannins as the wine matures.

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  • There was lots of fruit on the palate, balanced by firm tannins, leading to a long finish.

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  • The 2000 is another good effort with lovely soft fruit highly complemented by the soft, ripe tannins.

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  • The palate is full, plush and concentrated with great poise and velvety tannins.

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  • The palate is concentrated, rich and juicy with ripe black fruit flavors and silky tannins.

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  • The finish is long with fine, mouth coating tannins.

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  • Some foods can actually prevent the absorption of iron and can include tannins in tea and coffee and high fiber foods.

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  • The tannins and anthocyanins reputedly buffer against numerous cardiovascular problems.

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  • In laboratory experiments, the form of tannins in pomegranate juice called punicalagins has demonstrated its ability to act as a free radical scavenger and mop up free radicals, thought to be a precursor to cancer.

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  • From the tannins in the juice to its effect upon the immune system, pomegranate juice appears to boost the body's own natural defenses against cancer.

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  • In addition to mucilage, it also contains a lot of tannins which can shrink tissue inflammation.

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  • Indian Rhubarb Root (Rheum officinale) is a type of rhubarb that contains tannins, phytosterols, gallic acid, and oxalic acid.

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  • Often the proteins in the urine exacerbate the urinary tract symptoms and the tannins found in slippery elm help filter the proteins out of the system quicker.

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  • This is a full bodied wine with strong tannins and a smooth finish.

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  • One taster who loved this wine commented that the Wesmar " had a wonderful dark fruit nose, a nice balanced cherry that persisted throughout the tasting but that never dominated, and tannins that provided a nice structure."

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  • Examples of wine qualities that may overwhelm delicate flavors in fish, pasta with white sauce, and white meat poultry include tannins, full-body, overripe, or high alcohol.

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  • Tannic wines work very well with food that has a great deal of fat content, because fat coats the tongue and softens the tannins.

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  • High-iodine fish, such as cod, shellfish, and mackeral react with the tannins in red wines, imparting a metallic, off flavor to both the wine and the food.

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  • This shape allows the fruit aromas to fully develop prior to the tannins, giving the wine more complexity.

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  • This wine is built ready to drink as the tannins are well in balance.

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  • This is a fruit forward, dense wine, with firm tannins.

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  • Made from the red wine grape Barbera, which is grown around Alba, the deep red wine is highly acidic with mild tannins.

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  • Instead, expect subtle flavors and aromas peeking out from behind well-softened tannins.

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  • Full-bodied offering sweet ripe tannins, the palate reflects plum, raspberries, cherries, pepper spice and black licorice.

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  • It rounds out with some tobacco and chocolate, and calls it a wrap with ripe tannins.

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  • These aromas follow through in the mouth and are balanced with sound tannins and a caramel lubricating the finish that comes and goes as a quick shadow.

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  • It has a solid, balanced structure with dexterous tannins, bright acidity, a smooth texture, and a lengthy finish with a defined redux of flavors.

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  • There are noticeable tannins with big shoulder acidity.

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  • There's not a lot of intellectual complexity here but this is an easy-to-like Zin with smooth tannins and not much bite in its finish.

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  • It has a nice finish that lingers with solid fruit flavors, smooth tannins, and a tang of acidity.

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  • There's a multitude of flavors that come through, the mouth leads with ripe blackberries, plums, and cassis that almost reaches syrupy nectar but that falls back, held in check by smooth tannins.

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  • Medium-bodied with smooth tannins and a lingering finish of fruit keeps the interest going.

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  • The finish is not deep or focused but there are smooth tannins and good acidity to keep the wine in balance.

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  • The tannins ring too loud and jar the balance.

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  • The region is one of California's best appellations for growing Cabernet Sauvignon, making powerful wines with sturdy tannins.

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  • Stags' Leap Winery's grapes grow loamy clay with volcanic soil yielding powerful wines with sturdy tannins.

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  • Bright tannins and a lingering finish ends with a smooth diminishing coda.

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  • Aromatic, solid structure with moderate tannins and a lingering and silky finish that radiates finesse.

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  • Cairanne is one of the sixteen villages in the Côtes-du-Rhône Villages designation and also one of the best, with wines that show depth, dark fruit, lively spice, and good tannins for aging.

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  • Good tannins for balance and bright acidity make this a good friend for food.

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  • Well integrated with supple tannins and a tingle of acidity.

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  • The finish is held together with some rustic tannins and a tang of acidity but flattens out quickly.

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  • Barolos made with Nebbiolo grapes have big tannins that usually require a few years of taming.

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  • It is aged in stainless steel vats and the bottle, resulting in slightly sweet, and often has mild tannins and bright fruit flavors.

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  • Supple with ripe tannins and bright acidity, the wine has a layered structure and an endearing and lengthy finish to make you reminisce.

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  • There's a solid structure with soft tannins and a tangy acidity that matches perfectly with earthy southern French cuisine.

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  • It can probably lay down for a couple of years to temper the tannins.

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  • There are sturdy tannins but they are not a hurdle to enjoyment.

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  • Furthermore, it would be this way upon release and not require further cellaring to soften the tannins or to bring the clam out of its shell.

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  • The tannins are strong, but not as bad as I thought for a young Cab.

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  • Initially, this air contact is beneficial for aged wine or wine high in tannins.

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  • Allowing these types of wine to come in contact with the air often helps to further develop the wine's tasting characteristics and bouquet and help to mellow harsh tannins.

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  • Ripe soft grape tannins were backed up by a fair amount of wood tannins.

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  • Wines that are highly astringent have a high level of tannins, acids or a combination of both.

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  • Also known as letting the wine breathe, aeration allows tannins to soften and flavors to emerge from behind them.

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  • Aerating wines usually works best with youthful, powerful wines with tannins that have not benefitted from the aging process.

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  • Austere wines are generally young wines with high acids, tannins or both.

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  • Red wines described as "big" are usually high in tannins.

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  • Brawny wines are young red wines with harsh tannins and high alcohol content, also referred to as briary and backward.

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  • Brawny wines are aged to help soften the tannins and mellow the alcohol content, resulting in a more elegant, well rounded wine.

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  • This lack of balance may be between fruit and acids, acids and tannins or all of the above.

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  • Wines described as heavy are too high in tannins.

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  • Cloying is a negative description generally given for sweet wines that are not balanced in acid structure, residual sugars and tannins.

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  • Briary is a term used to describe wines that are strong in alcohol content and high in tannins.

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  • Backward wines are those that are strong in alcohol content and high in tannins.

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  • On the "drinkability" level, its lower tannins and lighter body made it a nice transition wine to go to, so it was a logical choice.

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  • After that, they circle back to Pinot Noir because, on a different level, it has more to offer than just the light body and softer tannins.

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  • Many wine lovers prize Syrah for its deep, dark, intense red flavor, complemented by the astringent bite of the alcohol and the slightly bitter tannins that linger on the tongue.

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  • This wine is generally high in acidity and tannins.

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  • Barbera wines are fruity and delicious, high in acidity but low in tannins.

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  • Many love Italian reds for their bold, forward flavors, acidity and mellow tannins but Italian whites are some of the best in the world.

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  • It is a medium to full-bodied wine with deep fruit and supple tannins.

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  • Immediately drinkable - While some wines in bottles need some age under them in order to soften the tannins and make them ready to drink, a boxed wine is always ready to drink.

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  • This French red is made from thin skinned grapes, which results in less tannins and more fruit flavor.

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  • Wines made from Cabernet Sauvignon typically age well, because they contain tannins.

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  • Tannins give the wine structure and aging potential.

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  • As wine ages, tannins soften significantly over time.

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  • You can taste tannins along the back of your palate.

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  • Pinot Noir-Reminiscent of classic Burgundy, this wine has smoky, lush fruit overtones with underlying light tannins.

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  • Cabernet Sauvignon grapes contain a high amount of tannins, and as the juice macerates, the more tannic the wine becomes.

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  • In general, Cabernet Sauvignon wines are highly tannic; however, the tannins soften as the wine ages.

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  • The amount of tannins in the wine is known as the wine's backbone or structure, and some wine collectors age well-structured Cabernet Sauvignon wines for decades before the wine is ready to drink.

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  • With highly structured tannins and heady flavors, Barbaresco and Barolo wines are favorites of red wine lovers around the world.

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  • Since tannins, histamines, and sulfites are naturally present in red wine, leading wine specialists have examined the link between each substance to pesky headaches.

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  • Commonly found in tea, chocolate, cheese, and nuts, tannins are flavonoid-producing chemicals that prevent the oxidation of wine.

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  • If you’ve ever puckered your lips from the bitter taste of Cabernet, you’ve experienced tannins in action.

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  • According to an article published in Yale Scientific, tannins send serotonin levels soaring, triggering migraines in some.

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  • Since there exists no documentation linking headaches to foods containing high levels of tannins (ever heard of a nut headache?), researchers have yet to prove a definitive connection between the substance and red wine headaches.

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  • Migraine headaches have been associated with sensitivities to chemicals contained in red wine, deli meats, aged cheeses, and the tannins in tea.

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  • Tannins and caffeine found in the tea shrinks eye skin effectively.

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