What term is used to describe a wine that, at a relatively young age, has already passed its peak (or optimal) drinking period and is rapidly declining in quality?
B. Fallen over
In wine tasting, what term is used to describe the tracks of liquid that cling to the sides of a glass after the contents have been swirled, which is often said to be related to the alcohol or glycerol content?
Which is a Greek resinated wine, made for at least 2000 years and with a unique flavour said to have originated from the practice of sealing wine vessels with Aleppo Pine resin in ancient times?