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palates, plural;
  1. The roof of the mouth, separating the cavities of the nose and the mouth in vertebrates

  2. A person's appreciation of taste and flavor, esp. when sophisticated and discriminating
    • - a fine range of drink for sophisticated palates
  3. A person's taste or liking
    • - the suggestions may not suit everyone's palate
  4. Taste or flavor of wine or beer
    • - a wine with a zingy, peachy palate

  1. the upper surface of the mouth that separates the oral and nasal cavities
  2. (Palation) Balat is the traditional Jewish quarter in the Fatih district of Istanbul. It is located on the European side of Istanbul, in the old city on the historic peninsula, on the western bank of the Golden Horn. ...
  3. Taste. Influenced by the grains, hops, water, yeast, and adjuncts used in production.
  4. The feel and taste of wine in the mouth.
  5. Latin palatum = palate, adjective - palatal or palatine.
  6. Two meanings.  Means either the taste components of the malt, or the time period when the spirit is in one’s mouth.
  7. The flavour of a wine and also a word for your mouth.
  8. A projection within the throat of an irregular gamopetalous corolla; the prominent lower lip of a bilabiate corolla.
  9. a raised appendage on the lower lip of a corolla which partially or completely closes the throat
  10. It refers to either an individual’s personal taste or to the taste and structure of a wine.
  11. The flavor or taste of a wine; also referred to as different sections of taste in the mouth. As the wine travels through the mouth, it first contacts the front palate, then the midpalate and finally the back palate, all which can process different tastes, such as sweet, sour and bitter.
  12. Tasting term. Wine is assessed by smell (the NOSE) and by taste (the palate). The palate confirms flavours detected on the nose, but adds BODY, ACIDITY, TANNINS, FINISH, etc. to the picture.
  13. This can refer to one of two things: the time in which a whisky is in your mouth, or the individual flavors present in the drink.
  14. The bony roof of the mouth composed of parts of the premaxillary, maxillary and palatine bones.
  15. The bony and muscular partition between the oral and nasal cavities. Syn: palatum, roof of mouth, uraniscus [L. palatum, palate]
  16. roof of the mouth, also note that the surface of an upper tooth closest to the palate is described as palatal.
  17. The 'vault' that rises in the middle of the mouth cavity; in particualr, its front rim, the palatal ridge or hard palate, which rises after the alveola. There, near the borders, the sounds called palatals are produced, of which English has ch, sh, y. ...
  18. Tasting term used to indicate the range of sensations detected in the mouth (rather than on the nose). Also, a competent taster may be said to have a good palate.
  19. Your mouth and nasal passages which help you determine flavor. Your palate has 4 sensations; sweet, salty, savory and bitter.
  20. One's ability to taste the subtleties and complexities of a wine. One is said to have a "good palate".
  21. A wine tasting term people like to use to appear intelligent. It refers to the feel and taste of a wine in your mouth. “Palate” in the literal sense, refers to the roof of your mouth (hard palate), and the soft, fleshy part between your hard palate and the opening of your throat (soft palate). ...
  22. broadly speaking the taste of the wine. The term also includes the acidity, sweetness, and tannins in a wine, and the degrees to which these qualities might be present. Also incorporates the body.
  23. Describes the reaction to tasting wine in the human mouth, often divided into front, middle and back palate.
  24. The flat part of the tongue. Sometimes broken into "front, mid and back" terms.
  25. What it means: The palate involves all of the wine-drinking experience that takes place in the mouth – not only the taste and flavour of the wine, but also the sensations that it creates (this latter part is called, quite descriptively, the “mouthfeel” of the wine. ...