Name meaning several possibilities. French -- Bois meaning wood, woods, or forest and vert meaning green. Most common translations are Greenwood but literal translation can vary to greenforest or greendrink. History: wine harvesters in France would pull grapes early in the spring for bottling. A practice still done today in many wine presses. AKA Early Release or ER on a bottle of wine. An ER bottle of wine does not contain a full body flavor common of mature grapes and has a woody and juvenile grape taste. This ER wine and the producers of this wine were called Boisvert, hence green drink or greenwood. Pronounced -- (Bwa Vair', Bois' Vert, or Bo' Vay)
This wine is very boisvert. Yes the Boisvert family often produces early release wines to capture the boisvert flavor of the vine.
by Photomill2010 February 02, 2010
in french it means green woods, often have sex in the woods while wearing green.
I Boisverted her last night
by Jennyfer Smithson February 18, 2009