There are some distinguishing characteristics of specific wines that give them a categorical label:
'Still' wine - means it does not have bubbles, so it is 'still'.
'Sparkling' wine - means it has carbonation/bubbles/effervescence like Champagne is a 'sparkling' wine.
'Fortified' wine - means it has had alcohol (often brandy) added to it to both stop fermentation and raise the alcohol level in the wine.
Still wine has no motion (is "still") compared to effervescent wine, which is activated by moving bubbles,
A jug of wine. Really
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Oenology is the term for wine making. For beers the term is brewing.
Hock is an English term for German wine.
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Depends on the wine but still usually wine.
Claret is a British term for dry red wine from the Bordeaux region of France
The still wine regional AOC of Burgandy is Bourgogne AOC
Abocado is the Spanish term for a medium sweet wine.
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