Pop Culture dictionary National Wine Day [ nash-uh-nl wahyn dey ] Published May 21, 2021 What is National Wine Day? National Wine Day is an unofficial holiday, dedicated to enjoying all things wine, observed on May 25 each year. The Wine emoji 🍷 is commonly used to mark the occasion. Distinguish yourself among your wine-loving peers with these indispensable terms about wine that we’ve bottled up for you here. Related words National Hamburger Day, National Mimosa Day, National Hangover Day, National Eggnog Day, 🍷 Wine emoji Where does National Wine Day come from? Wine, of course, is the fermented juice of grapes. This ancient beverage remains so beloved and imbibed that it has its very own special day: the unofficial, novelty holiday of National Wine Day. National Wine Day is celebrated on May 25. The exact origins of the holiday are unclear, but it’s recorded online since at least 2000. It’s not be confused with National Drink Wine Day, on February. (Yes, people are so wild about wine that it has at least two special days.) Examples of National Wine Day A HAPPY song and a glass of Wine does it all. #NationalWineDay @MewzMe2, May 24, 2018 National wine day is May 25 I don't know about yinz but I have a few bottles ready #roseallday @sarahbreen33, May 22, 2018 Who uses National Wine Day? National Wine Day—which many wine lovers, or oenophiles, need no excuse to celebrate—is an occasion to talk about all things wine, especially using the hashtag #NationalWineDay on social media. On National Wine Day, wine experts may educate people on some of the rich and robust world of wine, and wine-sellers may offer deals and discounts on the beverage. And for the average drinker of wine, National Wine Day is an occasion to make jokes about how every day is National Wine Day for them. Next Monday is #NationalWineDay. To celebrate, we'll be doing a pizza pairings event with a sommelier who will answer your questions about all things pizza & wine. Reply with what pairings you are hoping to see or any other wine & pizza questions you might have.🍷🍕 pic.twitter.com/OVFYkQUGA7 — Papa John's Pizza (@PapaJohns) May 18, 2020 Today is #NationalWineDay but every day can be wine day if u really want it to be 🍷 pic.twitter.com/G3GhN5oxX1 — Doug The Pug (@itsdougthepug) May 25, 2016 National Wine Day is also an, um, opportunity to enrich your vocabulary about wine: terroir, varietal, sommelier, tannin, and viniculture, to name a few. Just Added pushing P, Baader-Meinhof phenomenon, trigger law, bystander effect, CSI effect Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of National Wine Day like most terms we define on Dictionary.com, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of National Wine Day that will help our users expand their word mastery.