How "lágrima" (refered to wine) is said in English? tear? drop? leg?
Lágrima (refered to wine): drops that fall inside the cup when you describe circles so that the wine is oxygenated during a tasting.
Sep 5, 2018 8:05 AM
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"Legs" are thin films of wine on the sides of a glass produced by shaking the contents so that they reach high up in the glass. A sign of a good wine is that the legs fall down quickly. I think this is what you mean by "lagrima" here.