Its microclimate and soil cannot be replicated, nor can the wine (a bottle of the 1999 vintage fetches $1,795).
Their tactics were vintage al Qaeda: multiple suicide bombers and car bombs with fighters prepared to fight until killed.
The vintage cars he bought frequently doubled in value, so Cage made a lot of money buying and selling them.
Her choices range from Oscar de la Renta to Elie Saab to vintage.
Jobs once hung a vintage World War II poster near his desk saying “Loose Lips Sink Ships.”
Autumn has its vintage and the menace of the Methymnaean roisterers.
Is not the gleaning of the grapes of Ephraim better than the vintage of Abi-ezer?
The vintage, universally, was finer than had been known for years.
The vintage was suffering by his absence, and it was necessary that he should return at once.
We inquired the object of it, and were told it was a procession to the vintage.
mid-15c., "harvest of grapes, yield of wine from a vineyard," from Anglo-French vintage (mid-14c.), from Old French vendage "yield from a vineyard," from Latin vindemia "a gathering of grapes, yield of grapes," from comb. form of vinum "wine" (see wine) + stem of demere "take off" (from de- "from, away from" + emere "to take;" see exempt). Sense shifted to "age or year of a particular wine" (1746), then to a general adjectival sense of "being of an earlier time" (1883). Used of cars since 1928.