Nouveau

A nouveau (oʊ nuvo), or vin (de) primeur, is a French wine which may, under the Appellation d`origine contrôlée (AOC) regulations, be sold in the same year in which it was harvested. The most widely exported nouveau wine is Beaujolais nouveau which is released on the third Thursday of November, often only a few weeks after the grapes were harv....
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nouveau

(French) A fresh fruity and youthful red wine ready for consumption soon after harvest/production.
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Nouveau

A style of light, fruity, red wine bottled and sold as soon as possible after the fermentation process.
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Nouveau

A style of light, fruity, youthful red wine bottled and sold as soon as possible. Applies mostly to Beaujolais.Non-vintage
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Nouveau

French name (also Primeur or Filius) for a fast-fermented young wine, which is intended for quick consumption (in some cases this is recommended within a few weeks). The maceration takes only a few days in this case. These sparkling and fruity Wines are successful Beaujolais Nouveau first became popular in France in the 1970s and later in many othe...
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Nouveau

Term used to describe a Beaujolais-like wine
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