Wine dictionary: "D" – Invinic - Luxury Wines
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Wine dictionary: "D"
We continue with our wine lexicon, words with the letter "D":

Debourbage Refers to a process in which the must of a white wine is allowed to settle before racking off the wine, this process reduces the need for filtration or fining.

Decantation The process of pouring wine from its bottle into a decanter to separate the sediment from the wine.

Dégorgement tardive French term for a Champagne that has been aged sur lie for an exceptionally long time (far beyond the usually 5-10 years of vintage Champagne) before going through degorgement.

Demi-sec A medium-dry sparkling wine. In Champagne, this a wine that has received a dosage of 32-50 grams/liter

Dessert wine Varies by region. In the UK, a very sweet, low alcohol wine. In the US by law, any wine containing over 15% alcohol. DO 1. The abbreviation for Denominación de Origen, or "place name". This is Spain's designation for wines whose name, origin of grapes, grape varieties and other important factors are regulated by law. 2. The abbreviation for dissolved oxygen, the degree of oxygen saturation in a wine, which strongly affects oxidation of the wine and its ageing properties.

DOC The abbreviation for Denominazione di Origine Controllata, or "controlled place name." This is Italy's designation for wine whose name, origin of grapes, grape varieties and other important factors are regulated by law. It is also the abbreviation for Portugal's highest wine category, which has the same meaning in that country.

Doce/Dolce/Doux/Dulce Portuguese, Italian, French and Spanish terms for a sweet wine

DOCG The abbreviation for Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita, or controlled and guaranteed place name, which is the category for the highest-ranking wine in Italy.

Drip dickey Trademarked name for a cover 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. The generic term is drip cloth.

Dry Lacking sweetness in taste.
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