STYLE: Common Perry
Flavor: There is a pear character, but not obviously fruity. It tends toward that of a young white wine. No bitterness.
Appearance: Slightly cloudy to clear. Generally quite pale.
Mouthfeel: Relatively full, low to moderate tannin apparent as astringency. Overall Impression: Mild. Medium to medium-sweet. Still to lightly sparkling. Only very slight acetification is acceptable. Mousiness, ropy/oily characters are serious faults.
Comments: Entrants MUST specify carbonation level (still, petillant, or sparkling). Entrants MUST specify sweetness (medium or sweet). Varieties: Bartlett, Kiefer, Comice, etc.
Commercial Examples: None known in North America.
4021 - Dry White / Sparkling (formerly Pasteur Champagne™)
4242 - Fruity White (formerly Chablis™)
4766 - Cider™
4767 - Dry / Fortified (formerly Port Wine™)
4783 - Sweet White (formerly Rudesheimer™)