OTHER WORDS FROM tannicnon·tan·nic, adjective
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A leading wine magazine reviewed this wine in March 2020 as “pushy, raw and almost unfriendly in how tannic it is.”You’ll want to sip this sustainably made rosé all through the summer|Dave McIntyre|July 23, 2021|Washington Post
The result is a slightly cloudy, mildly tannic and “chewy” wine with noticeable grip on the palate.This $14 South African red wine will bring summertime chill to your glass|Dave McIntyre|July 9, 2021|Washington Post
In Asturias, the cider apples are more bitter and tannic than in other regions.
It may be delightfully chewy, richly tannic, and marvelous for sipping one sultry night on the quarterdeck of your yacht.Drinking With the Stars: Drew Barrymore, Ramona Singer Wade Into Wine|Rebecca Dana|July 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He showed that the fustin-tannide could be decomposed by acetic acid into tannic acid and a glucoside, fustin C46H42O21.Some Constituents of the Poison Ivy Plant: (Rhus Toxicodendron)|William Anderson Syme
Tannic and gallic acids are obtained from them and the bark of many is useful for tanning.
Its styptic properties are undoubtedly due to tannic acid, as all the tests I have been able to make prove this to be the case.
A teaspoonful of tannic acid should be added to the water in the jug prior to the commencement of the experiment.Magic|Ellis Stanyon
As an external astringent, it is greatly inferior to tannic acid.