Sulfur (wine)

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Descriptor of wine that exhibits a mothball or rubbery aroma. Typically this aroma is the consequence of poor winemaking, the use of excessive sulfur dioxide. However, a rubbery aroma is exhibited in some Rhône reds after considerable aging; in this instance it is not considered a fault.

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