Definition of appley in English:

appley

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adjective

  • (Especially of white wine) smelling or tasting of apples: a fresh, appley vinho verde
    More example sentences
    • More wine producers should combine the zesty greenness of sauvignon blanc with the appley richness of chardonnay.
    • This gorgeous white blends Argentina's own lime blossom-scented torrontes grape with appley chardonnay, delivering aniseedy flavours with grapey fruit.
    • Cheap and cheerful oaked viura makes a good mid-winter white with the sort of oomph and elegance that modern wine drinkers adore, complete with a surprisingly classy, appley, oaky, zesty palate.

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