Our wine glossary has more than 150 wine terms defined, ensuring you'll soon master the language of wine.
A - From 'Acidity' to 'Auslese'
B - From 'Bacchus' to 'Burgundy'
C - From 'Cabernet' to 'Crust'
D - From 'Decant' to 'Dry'
E - From 'Early Harvest' to 'Extra Dry'
F - From 'Fermentation' to 'Fume Blanc'
G - From 'Gewurztraminer' to 'Green'
H - From 'Hard to 'Hot'
I - 'Ice Wine'
J - From 'Jerez' to 'Jeroboam'
K - 'Kabinett'
L - From 'Labrusca' to 'Loire Valley'
M - From 'Masceration' to 'Must'
N - From 'Napa' to 'Nouveau'
O - From 'Oak' to 'Oxidation'
P - From 'Paulliac' to 'Punt'
Q - 'Quinta'
R - From 'Racking' to 'Rose'
S - From 'Sangiovese' to 'Syrah'
T - From 'Table Wine' to 'Trockenbeerenauslese'
V - From 'Varietal Wine' to 'Viognier'
W - From 'Weingut' to 'Woody'
Y - From 'Yeast Lees' to 'Low Yielding Vineyards'
Z - 'Zinfandel'