|This examination is focused on
identifying the presence and intensity of acids in wines. The
classical sign of acidity is a tingling around and under the
tongue accompanied by a sensation of freshness.
A wine definitely non harmonic because of its lack of
acids. Flabby and flat, generally found in decrepit wines.
Even though the acids are largely present in the oral
cavities, they do not stimulate their pseudo-fresh
The sensorial perception of acids is sufficiently present.
This is the fundamental characteristic for all white wines,
especially dry and, in particular, sparkling wines. The acids
stimulate a pseudo-fresh sensation similar to that of mint,
lemon, and lemon-scented verbena.
A wine lacking harmony because of its excess level of