cedary

cedary

(ˈsiːdərɪ)
adj
resembling a cedar tree or its wood
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A cedary note adds interest to the intense, juicy berry and cherry fruit, and a ribbon of lavender runs from start to finish.
This grape varietal finds one of its highest expressions in gravel soils that bring out the trademark blackcurrant fruit, herbaceous and cedary character of Pauillac wines.
Dense and rich with a concentrated core of black cherry, blackberry, dark plum and blueberry flavors that are supported by hints of herbs and cedary oak.
Rich, ripe and opulent with classic chocolate, a lick of licorice and cedary tobacco notes.
It has blackcurrant and cherries on the nose with musky, smoky, leafy, cedary, autumn woodlands.
99 from Majestic) is a lovely, elegant, dry red wine, with perfumed, cedary, blackcurrant and bramble fruit and real length.
American oak gives us vanilla and butterscotch for the Chardonnay, not woody, cedary aromas.
99) apparently has a proportion of Coonawarra fruit and the result does reveal a trademark minty and cedary aroma, with impressive grip and tight, tannic and balanced oak structure that is delicious now, but would age well.
The 2000 vintage is cedary, with sweet, ripe fruit and spice.
Blackberry and sweet plum flavors open the way to layers and layers of fruity, smoky, and cedary notes.
Vibrant berry and eucalyptus flavours are underpinned by fine cedary oak and classic tannins.
I've kept the seasonings simple, just a glaze of mustard, dill and mayonnaise, so you can experience the cedary aromas in the fish.