About this time that national institution of France, vin ordinaire, was introduced to our men.
Le Bossu silently presented him with a measure of vin ordinaire.
To hungry and thirsty climbers black bread and vin ordinaire taste like nectar and ambrosia.
His breakfast—the gaol-allowance of bread and vin ordinaire—was by his side.
No cover for one, nor filet, nor vin ordinaire, nor waiter had appeared.
vin ordinaire, good, and of a strong body, two or three sous the bottle.
For tea he gives you Peliti cakes (but better) and the vin ordinaire which is compris, is good.
A few couples were beginning to gyrate among the fumes of spaghetti and vin ordinaire.
The wine (vin ordinaire) sells here at six sous the bottle; it is poor in quality, yet by no means unpalatable.
It was noon when we turned to half the chicken and a bottle of vin ordinaire with an appetite.