vintage

  1. a season's yield of wine from a vineyard
  2. the oldness of wines

vintage

[n] - a season`s yield of wine from a vineyard 2. [n] - the oldness of wines
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Vintage

The year in which a particular wine's grapes were harvested. When a vintage year is indicated on a label, it signifies that all the grapes used to make the wine in the bottle were harvested in that year.
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Vintage

A photograph printed within a very few years of the date when the negative was made. Prints made recently from original negatives that are old are called modern prints.
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Vintage

Vint'age noun [ Corrupted by influence of vintner , vintry , from Middle English vindage , vendage , for vendange , Old French vendenge , French vendange , from Latin vindemia ; vinum wine, grapes + demere to take off; de + ...
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vintage

time of origin noun the oldness of wines
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vintage

noun a season`s yield of wine from a vineyard
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Vintage

• (n.) The act or time of gathering the crop of grapes, or making the wine for a season. • (n.) The produce of the vine for one season, in grapes or in wine; as, the vintage is abundant; the vintage of 1840.
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Vintage

The "year" or season of winegrowing. Vintage wine is defined as wine which is produced at least 95% from grapes harvested in a single, stated year. Note that this is not necessarily the year in which the grapes were grown or the wine was bottled, but the year in which the grapes were HARVESTED. As a sales gimmick, to help promote the high...
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Vintage

A high quality wine made from the harvest of a single identified district in a good year.
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Vintage

[disambiguation] Vintage is a process or quality in wine-making. Vintage may also refer to: ==In businesses and organizations== ==In entertainment and media== ===Film=== ===Music=== ===Other=== == See also == ...
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Vintage

Vintage, in winemaking, is the process of picking grapes and creating the finished product (see Harvest (wine)). A vintage wine is one made from grapes that were all, or primarily, grown and harvested in a single specified year. In certain wines, it can denote quality, as in Port wine, where Port houses make and declare vintage Port in their best ...
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Vintage

In general, this means in English Vintage or Year . Especially for dessert and sparkling wines, it is common standard in socks do not have a wine must Vintage wine designate in this way extra. In France, a vintage champagne Mill
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Vintage

Generally refers to the sport of racing non-current motorcycles. While rules and classifications vary, most vintage-class eligible motorcycles were built before the mid-1970s. The country
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vintage

the year in which a wine is bottled. Also, the yield of wine from a vineyard during a single season.
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Vintage

A particular year in the wine business; a specific harvest.
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vintage

The year in which the grapes are harvested. By European Union law (and also in the US), a wine may have a vintage date on the bottle if a minimum of 85% of the wine in the bottle is from one vintage.
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vintage

The harvest of grapes and the making of wine, or the year a wine's grapes were harvested.
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Vintage

Term refering to the crop of a given year.
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Vintage

Used to describe teas from the same harvest at market.
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vintage

the oldness of wines
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