from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A vineyard or wine-producing region in France.
- noun A grade or class of wine.
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- noun A grade or class of wine; as, premier cru
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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November 17, 2009 at 12: 24 pm grand cru is doing free dinner on wed and sat
Air Force Academy where students are pressured to attend the Crusade's weekly "cru" - (short for crusade) Bible study, American military personnel are, as Campus Crusade's Scot Blom gloats, "government paid missionaries" - when they complete their training.
Mr. Sauvion also noted the recent attempt to create a system of Muscadet classification called "cru communal" as a positive development.
Also included, but by special order, you can order poisson cru, which is a Tahitian specialty, sort of like ceviche.
» more cru Investment Management news cru, which is targeting the UAE and the regional investors in the GCC to soon offer a shariah-compliant Fund focused on commercial agriculture in Africa, said that the financial turmoil and the resultant steep fall in the value of conventional market instruments will speed up the pace of the growing affinity towards Islamic finance and real assets globally.
Campus Crusade for Christ (known as "cru" on college campuses) has been providing weekly "God's Basic Training" programs to the U.S.
Let us say Romané-Conti, which is the "cru" that Barty loved best.
Château Les Ormes de Pez, Cru Bourgeois, St-Estèphe, Bordeaux 1995 £35, MajesticFrom the same stable as the very smart bordeaux-classed growth Château Lynch-Bages, this is a perfectly mature Christmas claret from a chateau that regularly outshines its relatively lowly cru bourgeois ranking.
The left bank cru borgeois wines can also be good bang for the buck wines in great vintages if your craving a cooler climate cabernet sauv based wine.
He vinifies it the same way he does premier cru white Burgundy from Meursault -- with about 50 percent of the wine fermented and aged in new oak barrels.