barrique

(France) The barrique is a wooden barrel, the design of which originated in Bordeaux, France. It has a capacity of 225 litres. It can now be found in the cellars of winemakers worldwide, especially those involved in producing Bordeaux-style blends of quality. The longer a wine spends in barrel the more of the oak flavour it will take on. Strong fl....
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Barrique

A 225 litre small oak barrel of the type originally found in Bordeaux, but now used throughout the world. When barriques are new they add a pronounced flavour to the wine, and even old barrels will have an affect on the wine through exposing it to small quantities of oxygen.
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barrique

a 225-litre oak barrel used in storing and aging Bordeaux wines.
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barrique

a large French wine barrel holding 225 liters (about 59.44 U.S. gallons).
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Barrique

A large French wine barrel holding 225 litres.
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barrique

A small oak barrel of 225 litre capacity favoured for the production of high quality wines.
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barrique

Fr. Barrel.
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Barrique

French for
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Barrique

French word for barrel. Used worldwide to describe any small oak cask.
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Barrique

The French name for a 225 litre Bordeaux style barrel.
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Barrique

The French name for a 225 litre Bordeaux style barrel (Bordeaux hogshead)
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