primeur

primeur

(priːˈmɜː; French primœr)
n
anything (esp fruit or wine) produced early
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A vast majority of vintages from 1988 and onwards were purchased "En Primeur.
Mind you, buying Bordeaux wine en primeur, ie before it's even bottled, is one way the lower orders can enjoy better vino as it's usually more expensive by the time it hits the shelves.
Wines most commonly offered en primeur are Bordeaux, Burgundy, Port and the Rhone Valley.
De plus, vous pouvez deja consulter en primeur electronique plusieurs articles qui seront publies dans les prochains numeros de la Revue.
Pour ce qui est des montants collectes, il a prefere laisser la primeur au ministere des Finances pour en faire l'annonce.
Called Beaujolais Nouveau, these young wines are the most popular vin de primeur, with chateaus and distributors racing to get the first bottles to different markets around the globe.
That's the verdict of Dutch football writer Fabian Bijman of Voetbal Primeur who saw the 22-year-old in action for Vitesse Arnhem last season.
This is the time of the year when fine wine connoisseurs across the world are in a state of high excitement because of the en primeur season of Bordeaux, when the previous year's vintage, which is still maturing in barrels, is up for sale.
Reports that the Bordeaux 2013 harvest may be a small vintage of generally low quality means it is unlikely to provide a direct boost to the market when released en primeur next year," said Andrew della Casa, founding director of the Wine Investment Fund, at the time.
We therefore see great potential for a lot more growth in Sweden," says Joel Almstedt, Director of Primeur Sweden AB.
However, Dutch football commentator Fabian Bijman of Voetbal Primeur believes the 23-year-old's style is more reminiscent of compatriot Frank Rijkaard.
During the Bordeaux en primeur tastings in 2011, when thousands of wine professionals from across the world travelled to the region to assess the year's offerings, the estates offered vintage reports in three languages - French, English and Chinese.