Sunday, March 23, 2008


Аливаа гадаад нэрсийг зөв дуудах нь бас л соёлын нэгэн дэвшил. Францад оччихоод бордокс юм уу мерлот ууя гээд зогсч байвал хэн ч ойлгохгүй. Ялангуяа манай уушны газрын үйлчлэгч нар үүнийг дуудаж сурах хэрэгтэй. Би өөрөө ууж нэг их чадахгүй ч дуудаж сурах гээд л үзээд байна. Иймэрхүү мэдээллийн дэлгэрэнгүйг гэх мэт сайтаас авч болно.

Bordeaux (Bore-DOH) - Major wine region of Southwestern France, along the Dordogne and Garonne rivers from the city of Bordeaux downstream to the Atlantic; source of some of the world's greatest table wines made from Cabernet Sauvignon blended with Merlot, Cabernet Franc and other minor grapes.

Brut (Broot) - Very dry (unsweet), in specific reference to Champagne.

Bourgogne (Boor-GON-yeh) - French for "Burgundy."

Cabernet Sauvignon (Cab-air-nay So-veen-yawN) - One of the noblest red wine grapes, used in Bordeaux, also as either a 100 percent varietal or in red blends in the U.S., Australia, Chile, Argentina, South Africa and wherever wine grapes grow.

Chardonnay (Shar-doe-nay) - One of the world's most well-known white wine grapes. Originated in Burgundy, where many argue that it still reaches its pinnacle, but widely planted in the U.S., Australia and all over the world. In modern times, "Chardonnay" has become almost synonymous in the mass market with a generic "glass of white wine."

Chateau (Shot-toe) - Roughly equivalent to "vineyard" or "winery" in French wines.

Merlot (Mare-low) - Very good red-wine grape, a key player in the Bordeaux blend.

Pinot Blanc (Pee-noe BlahN) - White wine grape, making a dry, full white wine that some liken to Chardonnay, but typically medium in body and sometimes showing melon scents.

Pinot Noir (Pee-noe Nwahr) - Classic red grape, widely accepted as one of the world's best.

Shiraz (Shee-rahz) - Australian synonym for Syrah, now also turning up on occasion in South Africa.

Syrah (See-rah) - The classic Rhone red grape allegedly brought back from Shiraz in Persia by the 14th-Century crusader Gaspard de Sterimberg.

Tinto (TEEN-toe) - Spanish term for red wine.

Zinfandel (Zin-fahn-DELL) - Declared the American wine grape because it reaches its highest level in California, it's now been shown to be the same as the Southern Italian Primitivo, and it's thought that both may go back to an earlier Balkan progenitor. At its best, it makes an exuberantly fruity, ripe and big red wine full of mixed blackberry and raspberry scents (known botanically as "bramble fruit").

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