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Synonyms for unwooded

not wooded


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brakes were typically found in unwooded alluvial plains or in areas with savanna-like structures (Platt and Brantley, 1997).
However, some are unoaked as a rule, like French white Burgundies from Chablis and Macon-Villages, or those Chardonnays labeled with terms like "unwooded" or "naked." Virtually all sparkling wines and rose wines are uno-aked.
Its PS9.95 Baboon Rock Unwooded Chardonnay 2012, from Franschoek producer La Petite Ferme in South Africa's Western Cape, has a clean and powerful honeyed nose with aromas of lime, peach and blossom.
But much of the landscape is unwooded, short grass climbing rocky hills.
Take "unoaked" or "unwooded" chardonnay, for example.
This week's favourites include Wirra Wirra Scrubby Rise Unwooded Chardonnay 2011, McLaren Vale, Australia (pounds 8.99, www.hailshamcellars.com), which has fleshy stone fruit flavours without the use of oak, and Vinas del Vero Chardonnay 2010, Spain (pounds 9.99, www.thewhalleywineshop.com), which has plenty of pineapple, papaya and passion fruit to perk up the palate and is great with poached salmon and new potatoes.
It''s unwooded with fresh fruit and mineral savours and zesty citrus finish.
Mad Bay''s unwooded Chardonnay 2009 is a different story.
The trend for unwooded chardonnay (fermented and aged in stainless steel) without the oak influence produces a leaner style, more akin to a sauvignon blanc, and can be disappointing if you're used to a buttery creaminess.
Pearly Bay Cape Red pounds 2.99, Morrisons This easy drinking, unwooded fruity red originates in the Cape Winelands.
Hugo Wines has been having success with its unwooded Chardonnay: "It's Chardonnay that doesn't have any oak, so it doesn't have that rich, buttery, oaky style," says John Hugo, winemaker and managing director at Hugo Wines Pty., Ltd.
The whole range is unwooded - very unusual for the New World - but has a marvellous purity of fruit allied to a European-style restraint.
She tells us that fields were laid out on the unwooded flood plain, near the edge of the river.