No discerning Italian is going to buy Piemonte mozzarella or tome from Lazio.
For one thing, it has an unapologetically nerdy streak, but it's a discerning, highly cultivated kind of nerdom.
The minister for women and equality, Harriet Harman, suggested that women were being “discerning.”
late 14c., from Old French discerner (13c.) "distinguish (between), separate" (by sifting), and directly from Latin discernere "to separate, set apart, divide, distribute; distinguish, perceive," from dis- "off, away" (see dis-) + cernere "distinguish, separate, sift" (see crisis). Related: Discerned; discerning.