American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
“Terroir is a French word which has no English equivalent (and the French like it that way).”
“Terroir is a French term for the effect the geography of a region -- its temperature, rainfall, soil -- has on a particular crop.”
“There just isn't much difference in Terroir from one vineyard to another in Long Island.”
“Terroir is the mark a particular place stamps on the grapes and, ultimately, the wine made from those grapes.”
“He has vineyards on all kinds of soil types, but never used the word Terroir in describing his wines (till I asked him to, just for the record).”
“There's even a club in Mumbai that wants to be us - it's called Terroir One!”
“Terroir" is an identifiable word to deft wine drinkers and French speakers, but it should also be familiar to anyone interested in a healthy immune system, strong bones and good energy levels.”
“The lower range of whites, rosés and reds [pic on left] costs 3,3 Euro a bottle, the "Terroir" range costs 4,8 Euro.”
“Draper told me that he went to Terroir where the server, upon seeing him, said that he looked better than in real life than he does on his tshirt.”
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