a wine that contains not more than 14 percent alcohol and is usually served as an accompaniment to food.
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How to use table wine in a sentence
The winery was a pioneer in dry table wines from the Douro Valley, which is more known for port.Sip this $13 prosecco to turn an ordinary day into a celebration | Dave McIntyre | June 4, 2021 | Washington Post
Churchill's Estates 2017Churchill’s is known primarily for port, but this unfortified table wine makes me wish they’d explore this category more.This chianti will put you under the Tuscan sun and ground you with earthy flavors, too | Dave McIntyre | January 15, 2021 | Washington Post
He envisioned an America that drank dry table wine (much lower in alcohol at 12% by volume) instead of whiskey.
Upon the great table wine had been spilt, and dripped to swell a red pool upon the floor.To Have and To Hold | Mary Johnston
Several times I have caught her drinking the table-wine and eating our prunes.A Chambermaid's Diary | Octave Mirbeau
This last takes its title from a village in the neighbourhood of Tirano, where a table-wine is chiefly grown.Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece | John Addington Symonds
British Dictionary definitions for table wine
a wine considered suitable for drinking with a meal
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