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Castilla La Mancha

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A delimited wine region in central Spain

Charentais Alembic

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French: A copper still in traditional Charente design


French: A delimited grape producing region in southwest France

Château Bagnolet

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French: The 18th century mansion in Cognac, owned by Hennessy

Château Cheval Blanc

 Shot-toe Shev-al Blawn
French: One of only two "Grand Cru Classe-A" properties in Saint-Émilion, in the Bordeaux wine region of France.

Château d'Yquem

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French: The world's most famous sweet, late-harvest wine, a Premier Cru Superieur property from the Sauternes

Cheval des Andes

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Famed Argentinian wine property in Mendoza grape-growing region


Grand Cru village located in the Côte des Blancs subregion of Champagne.


French: A noble red wine grape, originally from southern France, also grown worldwide


Term to describe red wine from Bordeaux, originally employed in Great Britain's wine trade. Also used as the name for Newton Vineyard's Red Label Claret.

Clos d'Ambonnay

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Single vineyard bottling of Krug Champagne. A Blanc de noirs Champagne, made entirely of Pinot Noir from a single 0.685 hectares vineyard in Ambonnay.

Clos du Mesnil

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Krug Clos du Mesnil, a very rare Champagne, showcases the unique character of a single plot of Chardonnay, harvested in a single year.


Tequila term. A coa, also known as a "coa de jima" is a specialized tool for harvesting agaves.


Grape that was used widely in distillation of Cognac but now only makes up a small percentage of the grapes used. It can also be found in Armagnac.


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Appellation in Rhone Valley

Consejo Regulador

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Spanish wine regulatory body for delimited wine region


Ardbeg Corryvreckan is named after Europe’s largest whirlpool which lies off the coast of Islay and is celebrated in Celtic mystery and legend. The single malt scotch is predominately matured in French oak casks on Islay.

Cote de Bars

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Sub region in French Champagne district, in the Aube

Cote de Beaune

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A world-famous wine growing area within France's Burgundy region, one half of the Cote d'Or.

Cote de Nuits

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A world-famous wine growing area in France's Burgundy region, the other half of the Cote d'Or

Cote de Sezanne

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One of five delimited sub-regions in France's Champagne AOC

Cote des Blancs

 Coat day Blawn
One of five delimited sub-regions in France's Champagne AOC

Cote Rotie

 coat row-tee
A world famous wine appellation in France's Rhone Valley


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Spanish: meaning a wine is vintage dated on release.


A añejo tequila that has had the color filtered out.

Cru Bourgeois

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In the Medoc, a specific classification for wine not in the 1855 rankings


French: A special blend or "batch" of wine, still or sparkling