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red wine


  1. wine having a predominantly red color derived from the skin pigment in the red or other dark-colored grapes used in making it.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of red wine1

First recorded in 1745–55

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Example Sentences

Pour the syrup water into the clean jug and add a small packet of red wine yeast.

GREAT VALUEEl Capricho Assemblage TTC 2017Assemblage TTC stands for tannat, tempranillo and cabernet sauvignon, the blend for this juicy red wine.

They are married in a bright, red wine vinaigrette seasoned with savory roasted garlic and dried oregano.

When you experience a glass of red wine, for example, you may enjoy its dominant cherry aroma—until someone comments on a strong vanilla note in the same glass of wine.

For example, if you are buying a $100 bottle of red wine from Burgundy, more likely than not, it will have more ageability than a random $25 bottle.

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The Plaza Hotel cooked a fancy-pants latke with red wine braised oxtail, horseradish sunchoke cream, and crispy kale.

The carpet is stained from the door to the window with red wine.

With a sleek look and perfect pour, the Axium is the decanter of choice for serving red wine during the cold winter months.

I like Argentine malbec red wine or a good red wine from the North of Spain.

In the next scene, she meets her father for a glass of expensive red wine.

The woman holds in her claw-like hand a half-empty bottle of cheap red wine.

Der ish pottles de Kaiser CharlemagneVonce filled mit gold-red wine!

"Let me celebrate, above all, the little red wine," says Ambrose in a brief dithyrambic note.

Before you serve it up, skim the gravy well, and give it a boil with a glass of red wine.

Make a sauce of four shalots or little onions chopped fine, some gravy, a little pepper and salt, and a spoonful of red wine.


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