wine barrel

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Noun1.wine barrel - a barrel that holds winewine barrel - a barrel that holds wine    
barrel, cask - a cylindrical container that holds liquids
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This Chilean example from the Curico Valley has the warm, sweet wood bouquet from time in French and American barrique.
While the Vintage Widow left me salivating for more, its Halloween sounding sibling, Jackson Estate Grey Ghost Barrique Sauvignon Blanc 2011 had completely the opposite effect.
from the place known as Aubrion" (equivalent to eight barrique casks or 1,800 l):
the partners will collectively produce barrique type barrels in China.
The opening of the cafe was followed by the launch of a number of other venues and nightclubs, including La Barrique, Pinky and Condor.
Liquor was pulled from the barrique at three months, six months and a year for comparative tastings, and a portion is bottled.
After a slow controlled fermentation, 20% of the wine is aged in barrique (small oak casks preferred for aging structured wines), with a total of 6 months on the lees.
I was particularly struck by the ease with which the Ritu Shiraz Barrique Reserve 2010 paired with the mutton saoji, a Nagpuri gypsy dish.
Another winner from this stable is the Barrique Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon.
Ayr stage some quality pre-Cheltenham racing over the weekend, kicking off today with the La Barrique Fine Wines Raceday followed by Irish Raceday tomorrow.
A favorite of their extensive portfolio was Trerre (three kings) Nero d'Avola 2008, which spent 6 months in barrique.
La Barrique Fine Wines sponsor the Friday card while Saturday is Irish Day at the Craigie track.