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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50, Marks & Spencer, in-store only) Often underrated, Bulgarian wines are starting to show their potential, and this generously fruity, lightly oaked merlot shows a nice balance of mulberry fruits, spiced cherry and a lick of vanilla on the silky smooth finish.
This South African wine has a lightly oaked taste, with 30 per cent less calories than a regular similar shiraz.
How far we have come from those old, big, over-ripe, heavily oaked southern hemisphere chardonnays.
Back in the 90s rich and heavily oaked chardonnays were all the rage, and grapes grown in warm climates suited that style thanks to high temperatures meaning sugar meaning high alcohol and big flavours.
It's nut a hot topic anymore, but iChardonnay--whether oaked, uno-aked, bone dry or semi-sweet--is still the queen of retail wines.
5% Bierrex oaked Belgian, made with Bramling Cross hops, Belgian yeast and oaked in the boil to provide a dryness.
This chardonnay meets right in the middle of the oaked versus unoaked camps -- half the grapes are fermented in French oak barrels, half in stainless steel.
The Stone Mixed 12 Pack features three 12-ounce bottles of four Stone year-round releases: Stone IPA, Stone Levitation Ale, Stone Ruination IPA and Oaked Arrogant Bastard Ale.
For a good week-day wine that's lightly oaked and nicely fruit-driven, try Burra Brook Chardonnay 2012, Australia (PS7.
According to Click, recent trends have shown American wine consumers migrating from heavily oaked Chardonnays to elegant, terroir-driven wines that pair better with foods.
A lightly oaked little beauty is Centine, made at the Castello Banff property in Tuscany.
The Boho chardonnay I sampled over several days--three liters is the equivalent of four standard bottles--was nicely balanced, lightly oaked and eminently drinkable.