×

Message

EU e-Privacy Directive

This website uses cookies to manage authentication, navigation, and other functions. By using our website, you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device.

View Privacy Policy

View e-Privacy Directive Documents

View GDPR Documents

You have declined cookies. This decision can be reversed.
  •  

    French wine

     In general

    Appellation contrôlée (AC) – in theory the best-quality category of French wine, with regulations defining vineyard, soil, grape varieties, yields, and alcohol levels. 

    Clos – an enclosed vineyard.

    Cru – literally ‘growth’, indicating a distinguished vineyard site in Burgundy or property in Bordeaux.

    Vieilles Vignes – old vines. Although unregulated, there can be a disctinct bearing of quality. A Chablis Vieillies Vignes for exemple, may have added concentration of flavour.

    Champagne

    Blanc de blancs – made from white grapes (Chardonnay only).

    Blanc de noirs – made from red grapes, vinified without skin contact.

    Brut – dry or dryish in style.

    Demi-sec – sweet.

    Doux – very sweet.

    Vintage – a blend froa a single year, solg after at leat there years ageing.

    Alsace

    Grand cru – classified vineyard site.

    Sélection de grains nobles – wine.

    Vendange Tardive – ‘late harvest’/specially grown ripe grapes.

    Bordeaux

    Cru Bourgeois – classification of chateaux in the Médoc and some of the best value-for-money wines.

    Cru-classé/grand cru-classé/premier grand cru-classé – ‘classified growth’, divided into five ‘tables’ in the Médoc, or from the classification system of the Graves, Sauternes, or St Emilion.

    In Bordeaux, the name of the chateau, or property, is all improtant.

    Burgundy

    Domaine – estate or vineyard hoding, belonging to a grower or négociant.

    Grand cru – top or finest vineyard sites.

    Premier cru – second highest category of vineyard site.

    In Burgundym the name of the grower of negociant is extremly important.

    Loire

    Sec – dry.

    Demi-sec – medium to dry.

    Molelleux – medium sweet to sweet.

    Sur Lie – generally associated with Muscadet, sur lie indicates that the wine has been bottled directly from its lees, without being rached of filtered.

    The Loire has a relatively cool climate, so take note of the vitange,

    Rhône

    The best wines are often from a specified region, appellation or cru, i.e. Côte Rôtie. Côte du Rhône Villages carries a higher reputation than the general appellation.

     

    Germany

    Trochken – dry.

    Halbtroken –semi-dry. In Germany, the grower and grape variety is worth nothing.

    Verband Deutcher Pradikatsweinguter e. V (VDP) – group of estates whose members have agreed to a set of regulations.

     

    Italy

    Amarone – dry Passito wine from Valpolicella.

    Classico – heartland of a DOC zone, generally producing better wines.

    Passito – wine made from dried of semi-dried grapes.

     
     

    Recioto – sweet passito wine.

    Riserva – should be the best wines, from the better vintages, which are held back or aged for longer than normal.

    Superior – wine whit higher alcohol than usual.

    {jcomments on}

  •  

    Simple Website

    A powerful and simple wine website for wineries, cedars, vineries and another wine companies  |  Built on CodeIgniter version 3.1  |  Template responsive on Bootstrap 4.0  | One page website  |  No admin panel  |  No cms  |  Easy to edit content in source files  |  Secure website  |  High loading speed

     Live Demo Website

    Download for $299

     

    Pay with debit card, credit card or Paypal account.

    Options for Wine Website Simple

    __________________________________

    Winery Website

    A powerful and complex wine website  |  Built on CodeIgniter version 3.1  |  Template responsive on Bootstrap 4.0  | Seven pages on website  |  No admin panel  |  No cms  |  Easy to edit content in source files  |  Secure website

     Live Demo Website  

     

    Download for $399

     Pay with debit card, credit card or Paypal account.

    Options for Winery Website

     

     

    Custom wine website on request

    Our company build complex and simple wine website for cedars, wineries, wine companies, etc. We can built websites with CMS on WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and Codeigniter.

    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tell us more about your winery and your wines.

Go for It!
Created by SEVEN-WINES.COM