crus crus


  • (n) the leg from the knee to foot


  1. And their numbers are growing, with devotees comparing vintages as they would with Bordeaux crus classs.
  2. The aroma of old sneakers or wet newspaper that signals the presence of TCA drives wine lovers to dump grand crus of all stripes down the drain.
  3. To be fair, the bottles uncorked at state banquets haven't exactly been grands crus.


  • McLaren Automotive Partners With Cordier Mestrezat To Host A Joint Vip Experience During Vinexpo 2013

    WOKING, UNITED KINGDOM – June 18, 2013: McLaren Automotive is pleased to announce the partnership with Cordier Mestrezat Grands Crus, the legendary wine trading house, to host an ultimate VIP experience during Vinexpo 2013 – the world’s leading wine and spirits exhibition in Bordeaux, France, taking place between 16-20 June. The joint event, on the evening of 17 June at Chateaux Cordier, will ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Auto Channel


  • "We don't make our wines for the sophisticated connoisseurs who drink Grand Crus. We produce honest wines that are for enjoying young; they are made for the average drinker," says Richard Owen of Casella Wines, located in New South Wales, Australia.
    on Oct 28, 2004 By: Richard Owen Source: China Daily

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