Main Entry:  typicity
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  the characteristic of a wine that makes it typical for the region or grape of origin
Example:  Typicity describes the degree to which a wine reflects its origins, and thus demonstrates the signature characteristics of the area where it was produced, its mode of production, or its parent grape.
Etymology:  1975
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