Noun(1) identifying word or words by which someone or something is called and classified or distinguished from others(2) a geographical indication used to identify where the grapes for a wine are grown
(1) Even the word ├ö├ç├┐coke├ö├ç├û has become a generic term, far better known and certainly more descriptive than any other soft drink appellation .(2) Reserve wines can be either of declared geographical origin, or of controlled appellation of origin.(3) Although AOC is often a sign of quality, other products don't carry the appellation , since they may be made in a neighboring region, or a slightly larger size, or stirred a few more times than the regulations allow during production.(4) One of a first-rate series of wines from Burgundy, all sold under the Blason de Bourgogne label, this Mconnais white outperforms its appellation .(5) Even the quality control system is fairly random, with the DOC (Denominazione de Origine Controllata) appellation not much of a guarantee of how good the wine is.(6) There had been some disputes about the appellation of the monetary unit but the name ├ö├ç├┐lev├ö├ç├û (in Bulgarian lev is the old word for lion) was adopted by the majority.(7) After that Festus had sent the apostle Paul to Rome after his appellation made at Cesarea.(8) Bight on Cabernet's heels are Merlot and, in the cooler, southern end of the valley (known as Carneros, an appellation Napa shares with Sonoma), Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.(9) However, the wine that comes from the Chablis appellation of France is dry.(10) Though the San Joaquin Valley was once regarded as the stepchild of the wine industry, the Madera appellation is proudly displayed on labels today.(11) This apparently was its original name, ├ö├ç├┐Gold Coast├ö├ç├û being only its British colonial appellation .(12) It is within the Bolgheri appellation , at the heart of which are the Sassacia vineyards.(13) Chablis Grand Cru is the least Chablis-like wine produced in the appellation , particularly when mature.(14) The main players in the wine industry no doubt dismissed it without consideration because the chÔö£├│teau was unknown and the wine without an appellation .(15) The wines of the Sauternes appellation , at their best, are golden to orange marmalade in colour and possess a fabulous complex sweetness, without oiliness, sugary fatness or unctuousness.(16) Meursault is the largest appellation of the four, and has the most variable - but also the most competitively priced - wines.
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Different Formsappellation, appellations
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