Definition of bottle age in English:

bottle age

Line breaks: bot¦tle age

noun

[mass noun]
Time spent by a wine maturing in its bottle.
More example sentences
  • Only after two or more years of bottle age will a fine Meursault or Puligny-Montrachet start to show the quality of the fruit.
  • My palate is yearning for some complex, complicated wines with some bottle age.
  • However, for the more complex Pinot Grigio wines listed below, two or three years of bottle age will reward you with a more interesting and multi-layered wine.

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