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If we can be of any assistance please don't hesitate to contact us, or drop by the Rose & Crown during business hours:

email: roseandcrown@alderney.ws
phone: +44 (0) 1481 823414
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The Rose & Crown Hotel
Le Huret, Alderney
UK Channel Islands

Delivery on Alderney is free :-) we deliver Monday to Saturday between 10am and 1pm. Please note that we cannot deliver off-island.

Glossary

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Drip dickey: A wine accessory that slips over the neck of a wine bottle and absorbs any drips that may run down the bottle after pouring - preventing stains to table cloths, counter tops or other surfaces.



Dry: Wines with zero or very low levels of residual sugar. The opposite of sweet.



Earthy: Flavour sometimes apparent in the wine.



Eiswein: German for ice wine, a dessert wine made from frozen grapes.



Elegant: Not too heavy a wine, with good balance and structure.



en Tirage: French for `in pulling`, refers to the period of time in which bottled sparkling wine is rested in contact with lees generated during secondary fermentation. Part of the M├ęthode Champenoise process.



Enology: American English spelling of oenology, the study of wine.



Extra dry: A champagne or sparkling wine with a small amount of residual sugar (slightly sweet). Not as dry as `Brut`.



Extract: The non-volatile components of wine that make up its flavour.



Farm winery: A United States winery license allowing farms to produce and sell wine on-site.



Fat: Mouth-filling and weighty, with a smooth, round texture.



Fermentation: The conversion of grape sugars to alcohol by yeast.



Fiasco: The straw-covered flask historically associaed with Chianti.



Fighting varietal: A term that originated in California during the mid 1980s to refer to any inexpensive cork-finished varietal wine in a 1.5 liter bottle.



Finesse: Elegance - not too heavy a wine, with good balance and structure.



Fining: A `clarification` process where flocculants, such as bentonite or egg white, are added to the wine to remove suspended solids.



Finish: A tasting term for the lingering aftertaste after a wine has been swallowed.



Finish: The quality of a wine`s aftertaste. It's length of flavour.



Firm: Flavour that strikes the palate fairly hard. Usually denotes a youthful wine with some tannin.



Flagon: A glass bottle that holds two litres of (usually inexpensive) table wine.




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