Auslese

German term that means literally 'selected harvest'. It is one of the sweeter official quality levels in German wine. To reach the legislated sugar level, individual bunches of very ripe -- sometimes botrytis affected -- grapes are selected at harvest time. The wines usually taste rich and sweet, but some trocken Auslese wines are fermented to dryn...
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auslese

(Germany, Austria) A Prädikat category for sweet wines. The Auslese designation is conferred if the must weight, measured prior to the wine being made and bottled, reaches a certain level. The legally required value differs from region to region and also between countries. For example, Mosel Auslese begins at 83 Oechsle whereas Austrian Auslese is...
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Auslese

Auslese (literal meaning: `selected harvest`; plural form is Auslesen) is a German language wine term for a late harvest wine and is a riper category than Spätlese in the Prädikatswein category of the Austrian and German wine classification. The grapes are picked from selected very ripe bunches in the autumn (late November-early December), and.....
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auslese

Ger. A level of German QmP wine made from select bunches of very ripe grapes, some of which may be affected by botrytis. Although the wines are often sweet, the term refers to the level of ripeness when harvested, not the amount of sugar in the finished wine.
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Auslese

(OWS-lay-zuh) German word meaning
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