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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Baron de Ley Gran Reserva Rioja 2011, Spain (PS22.99, Waitrose) A wine to swoon over, if you adore the rich, velvety flavours of a mature, oak-aged Rioja with vivid aromas of black cherry, savoury mulberry fruit, sweet spice, liquorice, herbs and toasty oak, this is a glorious glass to herald in the most important meal of the year.
Rioja 2011, Spain (PS22.99, Waitrose) A wine to swoon over, if you adore the rich, velvety flavours of a mature, oak-aged Rioja with vivid aromas of cherry, savoury mulberry fruit, sweet spice, liquorice, herbs toasty oak, this is a glorious glass to herald in the most important meal of the year.
2014 Barred Rock Barrel-Aged Cider, Tilted Shed Ciderworks ($16): "Oak-aged for notes of whiskey barrels and vanilla--a perfect pairing to a fresh crisp apple," says Bystryn.
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.
Poetic License's Northern Dry Gin, a regional twist on the traditional juniper, cardamom and citrus flavours, and Old Tom Gin, an oak-aged gin, both scooped awards at the Expo.
Made by acclaimed winemaker Adam Eggins at top Aussie producer Taylors Wines, the oak-aged cabernet (mine was bottle 15,791 of 38,750!) is bursting with fresh blackcurrant aromas.
MARLBOROUGH COUNTRY TROPHY winning wines such as TerraVin Sauvignon Blanc 2013, Marlborough, New Zealand (PS14.99, oxfordwine.co.uk, pictured right) which hails from one of the most famous regions in the world sell themselves; but with a rugged cowboy on the new-look label and expressive citrus, fennel and white flowers on the nose, this oak-aged sauvignon blanc really does deliver with its dry, racy acidity, beautifully balanced flavours reminiscent of wet grass and freshly squeezed limes.
| Trophy winning wines such as | TerraVin Sauvignon Blanc 2013, Marlborough, New Zealand (PS14.99, www.oxfordwine.co.uk) which hails from one of the most famous regions in the world sell themselves; but with a rugged cowboy on the new-look label and expressive citrus, fennel and white flowers on the nose, this oak-aged sauvignon blanc really does deliver with its dry, racy acidity, beautifully balanced flavours reminiscent of wet grass and freshly squeezed limes and clean, fresh finish.
The flavors of sour malt, bitter chocolate, funk and oak-aged cabernet are heightened by peppery 10% ABV.
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 7.99, www.laithwaites.co.uk).