10 edition of Dictionary of French Wines found in the catalog.
October 28, 2002
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||400|
You don’t need to speak French, German, Italian or Spanish to help pronounce these words. Here’s help. Click to hear each word pronounced for you. Our glossary of wine names and wine-related words also includes a brief description of each term and the phonetic spelling. GLOSSARY OF FRENCH, ITALIAN & GERMAN WINE TERMS. The house has extensive grounds. The fire caused extensive damage. She suffered extensive injuries in the accident. Extensive repair work is being carried out. an extensive range of wines; The book includes an extensive bibliography of books and articles.
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vermouth (vər-mo͞oth′) n. A sweet or dry fortified wine flavored with aromatic herbs and used chiefly in mixed drinks. [French vermout, from German Wermut, from Middle High German wermuot, wormwood, from Old High German wermuota; akin to Old English wermōd; see wormwood.] vermouth (ˈvɜːməθ; vəˈmuːθ) n (Brewing) any of several wines. The Expository Dictionary of the Old Testament will be a useful tool in the hands of the student who has little or no formal training in the Hebrew language. It will open up the The book hand is used in all printed editions of the Hebrew Bible. C. A Concise History of the Hebrew Bible. Undoubtedly the text of .
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We created this glossary of wine terminology for all wine lovers, especially our wine students. In this wine dictionary, you can find the most important wine terms and their definitions.
aeration — the deliberate addition of oxygen to round out and soften a wine. aging — holding wine in barrels, tanks, and bottles to advance them to a more.
French Translation of “pairing” | The official Collins English-French Dictionary online. OverFrench translations of English words and phrases.
Clos: Pronounced "cloh," this French word once applied only to vineyards or orchards surrounded by walls, but now can connote any wine brand, vintner, or estate — as in Clos Pitois, Clos Saint Martin, etc.
Color: A key determinant of a wine's age and quality; white wines grow darker in color as they age while red wines turn brownish orange. French Wines Wines: Looking Behind The Explaining Style And Quality Understanding Wines Explaining Style And Quality Book The Beverage Manager's Guide To Wines Beers And Spirits Wset Level 2 Certificate In Wines And Spirits Study Guide Dictionary Of Drilling And Boreholes.
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The book is part of the series Guide to the World of Wine and is written and photographed by Britt Karlsson and Per Karlsson, multiple award-winning wine book authors.
French for "pink" and used to describe a category of refreshing wines that are pink in color but are made from red grapes.
S An area in the Loire Valley known mostly for wines made from Sauvignon. A wide-ranging dictionary lookup tool. Using a single interface, you can display results from both the general and collaborative dictionaries.
To make it easy for you to translate French words and expressions into English, you can search for the synonyms of a word, conjugate it, see its pronunciation, or even add another meaning to the French-English dictionary. fin translations: end, end, aim, fine, refined, delicate, acute, smart, fine, finely, close, end, ending, finish.
Learn more in the Cambridge French-English. White wine definition: wine made from pale grapes or from black grapes separated from their skins | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. fine translate: bien, bien, selecto, despejado, fino, multa, multar, bien, excelente, bueno, bien, fino, fino.
Learn more in the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary. Rosé: French for "pink," and used to describe a category of refreshing wines that are pink in color but are made from red grapes. Salmanazar: Champagne or wine bottle with a 9-liter capacity.
Sancerre: An area in the Loire Valley known mostly for wines made from Sauvignon Blanc. Wine Glossary of Terms, Wine Dictionary, Wine Definitions, Wine Words. This is a positive attribute that is experienced in older wines, especially, Bordeaux wines.
Effeuillage French term for the removal of the lower leaves from the vines that will allow more sun to hit the grapes directly. valley: 1 n a long depression in the surface of the land that usually contains a river Synonyms: vale Examples: show 9 examples hide 9 examples Nemea a valley in southeastern Greece where the Nemean Games were held Loire Valley the valley of the Loire River where many French wines originated San Fernando Valley a fertile valley in.
This is an amazing book. I first encountered it in the library of a tour barge through Burgundy in France. I learned so much about the "terroir" of the burgundian wines that I ordered a copy for myself as soon as I got home.
If you ever wanted to know just what the French mean by the word "terroir" as applied to wines, then this is the book for. Wine definition, the fermented juice of grapes, made in many varieties, such as red, white, sweet, dry, still, and sparkling, for use as a beverage, in cooking, in religious rites, etc., and usually having an alcoholic content of 14 percent or less.
See more. French Wine Exploration Map. Starting your adventure into French wine reveals a nearly endless selection of new wines to try. For starters, there are over indigenous wine varieties–from the well-known Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon to very rare grapes like Prunelard and Savagnin.
Moreover, there are official wine label names (called AOP or Appellation d’Origine Protégée). An outstanding and large culinary dictionary and glossary that includes the definitions and history of cooking, food, and beverage terms.
a la (ah lah) – It is French for “in the manner of,” “in the style of,” and “according to” In cooking, this phrase designates the style of preparation or a particular garnish. To the full definition, completely filled; containing all that can be held; filled to utmost capacity: a full cup.
See more.Fortified wines synonyms, Fortified wines pronunciation, Fortified wines translation, English dictionary definition of Fortified wines. n. Wine, such as sherry, to which alcohol, usually in the form of grape brandy, has been added during or after fermentation. n wine treated by the addition.the French are known for their [cuisine, wines, love of cheese] the French take pride in (their cuisine) adj.
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