How to use Terroir in a sentence

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  • The 90-acre vineyard is divided into twenty-three individual blocks to match terroir to varietal.

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  • Wines from Stags' Leap have a signature of concentrated fruit, rich expression, opulence, and complex structure; all reflecting the estate's inherent terroir and its winemaker.

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  • There are 20 wine regions in Italy, which all possess different terroir characteristics, geographical and climactic differences.

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  • The terroir imparts a flinty minerality to the wine, while the grapes add flavors of baked pears and figs.

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  • The wines typically show notes of the terroir in which they are grown, with strong acidity and mineral notes that enhance the flavors.

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  • It also makes the climate and terroir of the Sonoma Coast interesting for Pinot Noir that's off the beaten track of others in California.

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  • The terroir is unique, as well, with multiple soil styles occurring, sometimes even in the same vineyard.

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  • This leads to uniquely flavored Pinot Noir that reflects the terroir of the region.

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  • Earthy flavors and aromas are often imparted to the wine by the terroir in which the grapes are grown.

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  • The terroir, which are the unique natural conditions in which the grapes grow, determines the regions.

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  • The grapes are so concentrated with terroir that they deliver focused flavors of fruit that provide clean, racy Pinot Noirs.

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  • The Dugats, Claude and his wife Jocelyne Py, tend to their vines with great care, cutting them in order to lower the yield and concentrate the terroir from the soil.

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  • Each vineyard block is managed uniquely, adjusting according to varietal, terroir, clone, rootstock and row orientation.

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  • The principal reason for this is that the name "Champagne" refers not just to the composition of the wines but to their terroir, which encompasses all aspects of the climate and the soil in which wine grapes are grown.

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  • The distinctive natural components of the terroir of Champagne are the underlying factors that account for the special flavor of wines from the Champagne region.

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  • Thus, while some processes of Champagne production may be duplicated, the terroir is unique and impossible to replicate.

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  • It's wines reflect the terroir, growing conditions, and skill of winemakers with reputations for being the best in the world at their craft.

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  • Brittan infused the estate with his passion, independence, and drive to deftly set the Stags' Leap's course and preserve its unique terroir.

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  • Terroir is a French that term refers to the soil and climatic conditions of the geographic regions in which the wine grapes are grown.

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