appellation

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الإنجليزية - التركية
ad
adlandırma
isim
ünvan
unvan
isimlendirme
{i} san
isim/ünvan
nam
by his full appellation
adıyla sanıyla
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An indication for wine that describes its geographic origin
A name, title, or designation
the name or title by which a particular person, class, or thing is called
{n} a name, title, term, address
A name or term by which a person, group, theory or thing is known, with some implication that it is a popular or descriptive substitute for the real one
Put simply, an appellation is where the grapes were grown Appellations can be quite broad (for example "California", which means anywhere within the entire state) Appellations might refer to a large area of the state ("North Coast", or the coastal area north of San Francisco) Getting smaller, an appellation might be specific to a single county ("Sonoma County") Appellations can also be very specific to a micro-area ("Sonoma Valley", which is a valley within Sonoma County) Wineries cannot use an appellation unless it has been approved by the federal government's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms
Defines the area where a wine's grapes were grown, such as Alexander Valley or Russian River Valley In order to use an appellation on a California wine label, 85 percent of the grapes used to make the wine must be grown in that area
Defines the area where a wine's grapes were grown, in France
Defines the area where a wine's grapes were grown such as Bordeaux or Burgundy
\ap-uh-LAY-shun\, noun: 1 The word by which a particular person or thing is called and known; name; title; designation 2 The act of naming
Name The designation by which a person is known and called in the community in which he lives and is best known; the word or combination of words by which a person is distinguished from other individuals The label or appellation which a person bears for the convenience of the world at large in addressing him, or in speaking of or dealing with him TOP
identifying word or words by which someone or something is called and classified or distinguished from others
Defines the area where a wine's grapes were grown, such as Bordeaux, Gevrey-Chambertin, Napa Valley or Russian River Valley Regulations vary widely from country to country In order to use an appellation on a California wine label, for example, 85 percent of the grapes used to make the wine must be grown in the specified district
A French word that defines the area where a wine's grapes were grown (Bordeaux, Mosel, Sonoma), and can be as small as a chateau (Chateau Lafitte Rothschild) Regulations vary widely from country to country, state to state, and region-to-region with regard to whether and in what manner the appellation can be used on a label For example, in California, to print the state on the label (California Chardonnay), 100 percent of the grapes must have been grown in California However, for the region's name (Napa Valley) to appear on the label, only 85 percent of the grapes must have been grown in the specified district
Defines the area where a wine's grapes were grown, such as Bordeaux, Gevrey-Chambertin, Alexander Valley or Russian River Valley Regulations vary widely from country to country In order to use an appellation on a California wine label, for example, 85 percent of the grapes used to make the wine must be grown in the specified district See also appellation d'origine contrôlée
The act of appealing; appeal
a name, title or designation
The word by which a particular person or thing is called and known; name; title; designation
An appellation is a name or title that a person, place, or thing is given. He earned the appellation `rebel priest.' = epithet. a name or title
{i} name, title, designation; act of calling or naming
the name of a wine that describes its geographic origin
The act of calling by a name
appel
In fencing, the act of striking the ground with the leading foot to frighten, distract, or mislead one's opponent
appel
Obsolete spelling of appeal
Appel
Beating the ball of the foot on the ground
Appel
To call To strike the floor twice with the front heel to indicate a request for a "time out " Used in the Italian School to emphasize a feint or a remise
Appel
stamping forward foot
Appel
A P3P Preference Exchange Language
appel
In fencing, the act of striking the ground with the leading foot to frighten, distract, or mislead ones opponent
appel
A tap or stamp of the foot as a warning of intent to attack; called also attack
appellations
plural of appellation
appellation
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