Oak barrel (American) are barrels made from oak wood from American forests. American oak barrels are generally thought to impart more aggressive wood flavors than do French oak barrels.

Oak barrel (French) has to do with barrels made from oak wood from French forests. French barrels impart more subtle wood flavors to wine than do American oak barrels.

Ref: 120876/2006-10-07


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