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Lately produced, gathered, or prepared for market; not stale; not dried or preserved; not wilted, faded, or tainted; in good condition; as, fresh vegetables, flowers, eggs, meat, fruit, etc.; recently made or obtained; occurring again; repeated; as, a fresh supply of goods; fresh tea, raisins, etc.; lately come or made public; as, fresh news; recently taken from a well or spring; as, fresh water.
Youthful; florid; as, these fresh nymphs.
Generally applied to a young wine, a term indicating liveliness and fruity acidity.
sometimes confused with green. Usually refers to recently manufactured teas and those teas and those teas that have not been on the shelf so long they have become stale.
Most wine is intended to be enjoyed young. When this young wine has ample acidity in the balance, it is often referred to as fresh.
not stale or old; "fresh bread"; "a fresh scent"
young wine without excess acidity producing a refreshingly pleasant sensation in the nose and mouth
Youthful and natural characters
A term relating to the youthfulness and vibrancy of wine.
Having a lively, clean and fruity character. An essential for young wines.
Said of a young fruity wine with moderate acidity, such as Muscadet and red wines from the Gamay grape.
Term used to describe the appearance of young, clean and sappy lambs.
Describes a wine that displays lively, clean and fruity flavors.
Young, lively and clean.
Implies wines are lively and fruity and is a welcome and pleasing component of youthful light reds, roses and most whites but especially young whites.
A white or rose wine with a good balance between alcohol and acidity.
Just picked, gathered, produced, live or unprocessed, not stale, food. A term associated with perimeter departments, including produce, deli, bakery, or floral. Also unfrozen.
Acidity in the wine which suggests youth and liveliness on the palate.
General term for a wine with good, pleasant fruit aromas and flavors.
Young & vital; lively acidity imparted by young wines.
slightly acid wine which gives an impression of freshness in the mouth.
Describes the lively fruity acidity of good young red, white and rosé wines.
An adjective to describe a scent that is not cold.
Having a lively, clean and fruity character. Young wines should be fresh.
Opposite of stale.
Describes wine with good levels of acidity and a lively, crisp character.
Lively, youthful. Closely related to the amount of acid in the wine: a sweet wine without a backbone of acidity will cloy; enough acid and the taste is fresh and uncloying.
The wine has a lively fruity acidity, maybe a little bite of acid, as found in youthful light reds, rose's and most whites. All young whites should be fresh. The opposite is flatness, staleness.