- ENOLOGY/OENOLOGY: SCIENCE OF WINE MAKING
- AMPELLOGRAPHY: SCIENCE OF STUDYING GRAPES
- VATS: FERMENTING VESSELS
- LEES: IMPURITIES
- BRUT: VERY DRY
- SEC: MEDIUM DRY
- DEMI-SEC: MEDIUM SWEET
- DOUX: SWEET
- MUST: UNFERMENTED GRAPE JUICE
- APERITIFS: ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE SERVED OR CONSUMED BEFORE THE MEAL, HELPS IN INCREASING THE APPETITE
- DIGESTIFS: ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE SERVED OR CONSUMED AFTER THE MEAL, HELPS IN DIGESTION
- CASK: BARRELS MADE UP OF OAK WOOD, USED TO STORE AND AGE WINES
- CELLAR: A WAREHOUSE (USUALLY UNDERGROUND) USED TO STORE WINES
- CHAI: FRENCH TERM FOR CELLAR
- MAITRE DE CHAI: CELLAR MASTER
- VINE: CREEPER OF GRAPE
- VINEYARD: THE PLACE WHERE VINES ARE GROWN
Thursday, October 8, 2009
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