Definition of non-vintage in English:

non-vintage

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adjective

Denoting a wine that is not made from the crop of a single identified district in a good year: non-vintage blends are not necessarily inferior
More example sentences
  • This wine, like the non-vintage wines of other houses, is blended in order to produce a consistent style.
  • Finally, don't forget to reward yourself at the end of your holiday with a glass of non-vintage champagne.
  • This is quite simply the best non-vintage champagne on the market.

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