noble wine

noble wine
вино из лучших сортов винограда

to deacon wine — разбавлять вино

fruit wine — плодово-ягодное вино

grease wine — светло-розовое вино

oxidized wine — окислившееся вино

semisweet wine — полусладкое вино

English-Russian travelling dictionary. 2015.

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  • noble — I. adjective (nobler; noblest) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin nobilis well known, noble, from noscere to come to know more at know Date: 13th century 1. a. possessing outstanding qualities ; illustrious b. famous, notabl …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Noble rot — on Riesling grapes. Noble rot (French: pourriture noble; German: Edelfäule; Italian: Muffa nobile) is the benevolent form of a grey fungus, Botrytis cinerea, affecting wine grapes. Infestation by Botrytis requires moist conditions, and if the… …   Wikipedia

  • Noble grapes — is the classical term used to describe the grapes traditionally associated with the highest quality wines. There are two qualifications for a grape in order for it to be called Noble. # It has to be able to make top quality wine by itself without …   Wikipedia

  • Noble One — De Bortoli Wines Noble One Botrytis Semillon is an award winning sweet white wine, developed by Darren De Bortoli during the 1980s. Since its release Noble One has been awarded 100 Trophies, 335 Gold medals and 113 International Awards. In 2005… …   Wikipedia

  • WINE AND LIQUOR TRADE — Talmudic Period The strict prohibition against the use of gentile wine during the talmudic period, originally limited to wine used in idolatrous libations but later extended to include all non Jewish wine (Av. Zar. 2:3, and 36b), must of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • wine — wineless, adj. winish, adj. /wuyn/, n., adj., v., wined, wining. n. 1. 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… …   Universalium

  • Noble Compañia de Ballesteros Hijosdalgo de San Felipe y Santiago — Among the several forms that historically had adopted the Spanish nobiliary colleges such as corporations, brotherhoods and companies, and chivalry orders are barely mentioned by its rarity, the military character associations, like the Noble… …   Wikipedia

  • noble — [[t]no͟ʊb(ə)l[/t]] nobles, nobler, noblest 1) ADJ GRADED (approval) If you say that someone is a noble person, you admire and respect them because they are unselfish and morally good. He was an upright and noble man who was always willing to help …   English dictionary

  • noble — /ˈnoʊbəl / (say nohbuhl) adjective (nobler, noblest) 1. distinguished by birth, rank, or title. 2. of or relating to persons so distinguished: noble birth. 3. belonging to or constituting a class (the nobility) possessing a hereditary social or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • noble rot — noun Etymology: translation of French pourriture noble 1. : an alteration of various wine grapes that is caused by the action of a fungus on the grapes when allowed to hang on the vine until overripe and that is responsible for the characteristic …   Useful english dictionary

  • noble rot — noun Date: 1905 a botrytis fungus (Botrytis cinerea) that infects various usually overripe wine grapes causing shriveling which results in increased sugar and flavor content and is responsible for the characteristic flavor of sauternes and… …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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