Auslese

Auslese

[ous-ley-zuh]
noun
(often lowercase) a wine made in Germany from carefully selected ripe grapes.

Origin:
< German: literally, selection

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Auslese (ˈausˌleɪsə)
 
n
a white wine, usually sweet, produced in Germany from individually selected bunches of very ripe grapes
 
[C20: from German, literally: selection]

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