Narince:

Local grape of the city Tokat. A kind of grape durable against road with a thick peel and high yield and in firewood color.

Nebbiolo:

A kind of red grape grown in Piemonte on the northwest of Italy. It is used in production of famous wines like Barolo and Barbaresco. It has mostly a good component naturally. Root of the word, Nebbia means fog in Italy. The mountains Piemonte is famous for their fog.

Nebuchadnezzar:

The biggest wine bottle taking 15 liters or 20 standard bottles of wine. Nebuchadnezzar is the king of Babel who has caused the well-known vine gardens and conquered Israel.

Negociant:

A French name given to traders who make wine trade by using the grapes they purchase without carrying out viniculture and bottling and selling them under their own labels. It is a common business in Bourgogne. Meaning of the word is broker, trader.

Non-vintage:

It expresses blend of the wines not belonging to a single year. It is frequently applied in reinforced wines like Porto, Sherry and in sparkling wines. It is produced through blend of several vintages. Its abbreviation is NV.

Nose:

A term used as synonymous with the terms of smell, aroma or bouquet. It is used for analysis of smells of wine in degustation.

Nouveau:

Nouveau which is the French equivalent of the new is used in defining light, fruity, young wines which are drunken immediately and not aged. It is a name given to the wines which must be consumed within a few weeks instead of years, even months. The most famous and successful nouveau has been achieved in Beaujolais region.