This is another term for a winemaker.
This is a measure of how much grapes will be needed to produce 1,000 bottles of wine.
Yeast is what converts the grape sugar into alcohol during the fermentation stage. This is what turns the grape juice into a wine.
Floral wines have the flavors and aromas that is similar to fresh and fragrant flowers such as roses, lilac, jasmine, and many more.
Wines that are flinty tend to have a mineral flavor. This type of wines are usually high in acidity.
Fleshy wines are described as velvety, meaty, or beefy. It signifies that the wine has a lot of alcohol, body, and extract, and usually a high levels of glycerin.
Flat wines are described as lacking in flavor and aroma. The taste is dull because it lacks acidity, especially in its finish.
Flamboyant wines have high levels of fruit that is easily noticed.
A firm wine has a strong structure of tannins or acids.
The impression of the wine taste right after swallowing the wine. It refers to how long and how tasteful the flavor in the tongue after swallowing. The finish of a wine will usually depend on its quality.