Beerenauslese /ˈbɛːrənˌaʊslɛːzə/

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I. noun [ mass noun]

1. a white wine of German origin or style made from selected individual grapes picked later than the general harvest.
– origin German, from Beeren ‘berries’ + aus ‘out’ + lese ‘picking’.

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