a term used to describe a natural occurring morph that is achieved every clutch with no variation, or non-locaility (ex. Blair's Phase Gray-Banded Kingsnake vs. Alterna Phase Gray-Banded Kingsnake).
Label terms that indicate that the wine has some vague resemblance in style to those arising from well known and established European wine regions. For example, the generic term “Chablis” suggests that the wine labeled as such is light bodied and high in acidity. Generic labeling is either being phased out or is illegal in many countries including Australia.
Wine named for real or imagined similarities to types developed in regions other than California. Examples: Burgundy, Chablis, Rhine, etc.