oaked

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oaked

(əʊkt) or

oak-aged

adj
(Cookery) relating to wine that is stored for a time in oak barrels prior to bottling
Translations

oaked

[ˈəʊkt] adj [wine] → boisé(e)
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The team from the distillery will be showcasing the latest launches, a dry gin and new Raisthorpe Oak-Aged Gin.
Ad Idem, in the end, is a French oak-aged golden sour ale with a copious amount of peaches.
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Also in Will's impressive line-up is a unique oak-aged Chenin Blanc, with broad, lush apricot aromas and a delicious seam of charred vanilla oak.
top tipple A SUNDAY roast of spring lamb and seasonal vegetables would make the perfect partner for this Baron de Barbon Oak-Aged Rioja 2009 (pounds 7.
THE Co-operative has oak-aged Chenin Blanc on sale at pounds 3.
Seek out this smooth, oak-aged Chilean remnant from their recent Fine Wine event - even if the Gran Reserva is a bit misleading.
This Tuscan spirit is based on a Renaissance-era recipe and blends oak-aged brandy with citrus and vanilla.