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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
fax: +44 (0) 1481 823615

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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Fleshy: Refers both to substance and texture. Implies weighty, smooth fruit.



Flor: The yeast responsible for the character of dry Sherries.



Flowery: With the fragrance and taste of flowers.



Fortified wine: Wine to which alcohol has been added, generally to increase the concentration to a high enough level to prevent fermentation.



Foxy: A tasting term for the musty odor and flavor of wines made from `Vitis labrusca` grapes native to North America.



Free run: Juice obtained from grapes that have not been pressed.



Fresh: A wine with crisp acidity.



Frizzante: Semi-sparkling wine; slightly effervescent.



Globalization of wine: Refers to the increasingly international nature of the wine industry, including vineyard management practices, winemaking techniques, wine styles, and wine marketing.



Grape juice: The free-run or pressed juice from grapes. Unfermented grape juice is known as "must."



Green: A wine that is young and tart.



Green harvest: The harvesting of green (unripe) grapes in an attempt to increase the yield of quality grapes.



Hard: A tasting term for a wine that containins too much tannin and is therefore unpleasant. Hard wines often take a long time to mature.



Heady: The sense that the alcohol content is out of proportion.



Hectare: A metric measure that equals 10,000 m² (2.471 acres).



Hock: Term for Rhine wines, usually used in England.



Hogshead: A wine barrel that holds approximately 239 litres (63 gallons).



Hollow: Lacking flavour in the middle palate; `empty`



Honeyed: An aroma and flavour often found in botrytised wines.



Ice wine: Wine made from frozen grapes. Called `eiswein` in German.




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