Cuvée

Cuvée (kyve) is a French wine term derived from cuve, meaning vat or tank. The term cuvée is used with several different meanings, more or less based on the concept of a tank of wine put to some purpose: ...
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Cuvee

(French) The blend of base wines that eventually undergo a secondary fermentation to create a sparkling wine. The blend may be or wines derived from different vineyards, grape varieties or vintages.
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Cuvee

(koo-VAY) A batch of wine usually held in a single tank or large cask. Cuvee often refers to a specific blend of still wines which was blended purposely for later champagne making.
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Cuvee

A given lot or batch on wine usually held in a single tank or large cask. Cuvee often refers to a specific blend of still wines that was blended purposely for later champagne making.
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cuvee

in Champagne, a blended batch of wine.
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Cuvée

In viticulture differently used term with in the individual countries different meaning. The word comes from the French cuve (Vat or wine container). In the original sense, this means a certain amount of wine in a container (a barrel of wine, so to speak). In German-speaking countries, this usually means artful mixing of wines from different grape ...
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Cuvee

The pressing, or a blending of several wines.
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Cuvee

The pressing, or a blending of several wines.
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