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  • Terroir is a French word which has no English equivalent (and the French like it that way).

    The truth about terroir

  • Terroir is a French word which has no English equivalent (and the French like it that way).

    Archive 2006-10-29

  • There just isn't much difference in Terroir from one vineyard to another in Long Island.

    TasteCamp 2009: An Interview with Nick Gorevic

  • There just isn't much difference in Terroir from one vineyard to another in Long Island.

    The New York Cork Report:

  • There just isn't much difference in Terroir from one vineyard to another in Long Island.

    TasteCamp

  • Terroir is a French term for the effect the geography of a region -- its temperature, rainfall, soil -- has on a particular crop.

    Beer: Farm-to-glass drinking

  • Terroir is the mark a particular place stamps on the grapes and, ultimately, the wine made from those grapes.

    terroir - French Word-A-Day

  • 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).

    TasteCamp 2009: An Interview with Nick Gorevic

  • "There's even a club in Mumbai that wants to be us - it's called Terroir One!"

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • 'Terroir' is an imaginary and all-encompassing tourist resort, populated by people whose real character is disguised through vegetable outfits and masks.

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