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pétillant

(petijɑ̃)
adj
(Brewing) (of wine) slightly effervescent
[French, from pétiller to effervesce]

pétillant

A French word meaning effervescent, used to describe wine that is slightly effervescent.
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PS PETILLANT ROSE NV LAITHWAITES, PS10.99 THE vibrant PS Petillant Rose NV is a customer top favourite, boasting rich aromas of strawberries, redcurrants and cream, as well as a gentle sweet taste of fresh red berry fruit and lemons.
Petillant naturel is the world's first sparkling wine; its production predates even that of Champagne.
For the east wing, the venue of the buffet is La Vendome, the hotel's French brasserie, with its bright and cheery feel, brocade tablecloths, and a perky staff serving either Aqua Panna, if you want your water still, or San Pellegrino, if you want it petillant.
Les portraits des victimes, tout petillant de vie et de charme, transposes a l'egorgement abject, sur une video repugnante, retiennent les coeurs en haleine et dechainent, ipso facto, a la fois colere et compassion.
This pet nat wine (short for petillant naturel, meaning naturally sparkling) is a style older than Champagne and makes for a softly sparkling drop.
Old Westminster Winery Piquette Field Blend Petillant Naturel 2018
The wine menu at the two-yearold restaurant Giant in Chicago is primarily made up of minimal-intervention wines, including a few petillant naturel sparklers.
The wine menu at the two-year-old restaurant Giant in Chicago is primarily made up of minimal-intervention wines, including a few petillant naturel sparklers.
Les bobos position themselves tightly around the horseshoe-shaped counter and the peripheral ledges while drinking pet-nat (petillant natural, a.k.a.
The blend of pear and grape juice made in a Petillant Naturel (Pet-Nat) method renders it subtly sparkling.
(412) Here, the Commission challenged Germany's wine law which prohibited the sale of many beverages, such as "petillant de raisin," in the traditional bottle in which it is sold which, in the particular case of this variety of wine, is associated with its country of origin, France.
Caption: A bin of Chardonnay arrives and will be whole-cluster pressed for Lily's Cuvee, a petillant naturel sparkling wine.