: advanced in years : old
: suitable for being aged : able or likely to improve with age
The tastings demonstrated not only how ageable the wines are, but how much they can vary in style. Harvey Steiman, Wine Spectator, 15 Oct. 2008
The power and ageability of Travers' Cabernets may come from the thin soils in which the grapes are grown.
Kim Marcus, Wine Spectator, 31 Aug. 1990
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