Neither Major Wadhams nor I is accustomed to being wined and dined by perfect strangers who do not even present themselves, but leave servants to do the honors, consequently to both of us our present situation smacks of romance and adventure;.
An alcoholic beverage produced through the fermentation of grape juice Other fruit and vegetable juices, such as dandelion and elderberry are also occasionally used in winemaking, an art the goes back at least 12,000 years
Wine is used to describe things that are very dark red in colour. She wore her wine-coloured gaberdine raincoat
The common Hebrew word for wine is yayin, from a root meaning "to boil up," "to be in a ferment " Others derive it from a root meaning "to tread out," and hence the juice of the grape trodden out The Greek word for wine is oinos_, and the Latin _vinun But besides this common Hebrew word, there are several others which are thus rendered
Tom said that he didn't drink wine. - Tom said he didn't drink wine.
I don't drink wine often. - I don't often drink wine.
If you wine and dine, or if someone wines and dines you, you go out, for example to expensive restaurants, and spend a lot of money. Colleagues were furious at doing her work while she wined and dined A lot of money went on wining and dining prospective clients. wine and dine sb to entertain someone well with a meal, wine etc. Alcoholic beverage made from the fermented juice of grapes. Wine may also be made from various fruits and plant parts. Though known by the ancients, wine was not drunk in its matured form until the development of the bottle and cork in the late 17th century. In wine manufacture, grapes are crushed and strained, and the juice (called must) is sealed in vats along with yeast (Saccharomyees ellipsoideus) and often sulfur dioxide, which suppresses wild yeasts and organisms. Fermentation continues for several weeks, and then the wine is drawn off ("racked") into wooden barrels or other containers for a second fermentation ("aging"). It is clarified and bottled before undergoing final maturation. Wines may be classified according to colour as red, rosé (pink), or white; colour depends on whether the skins of red grapes are allowed to ferment with the juice. Wine taste is described as sweet or dry, sweet wines being high in sugar content and dry wines containing little or no sugar. Sparkling wines, such as champagne, contain suspended carbon dioxide, the result of bottling the wine before fermentation is complete. Fortified wines, such as port and sherry, contain added brandy. The leading wine-producing countries are France, Italy, Spain, the U.S., Argentina, Germany, Australia, South Africa, Portugal, and Romania
[source: www dictionary com] 1 A beverage made of the fermented juice of any of various kinds of grapes, usually containing from 10 to 15 percent alcohol by volume 2 A beverage made of the fermented juice of any of various other fruits or plants
wine is the naturally fermented juice of fresh fruit or berries, as in: Even for wine experts, a common problem is the impoverished language we have for describing tastes and smells A large part of the wine taster's skill comes from being able to develop some sort of classification system and then to associate words/categories with smells--olfaction researcher Professor Tim Jacob of Cardiff University Thanks to word-lover Rabiatul Kamit for suggesting this word pair, May 2002
Naturally fermented juice of grapes More broadly, the term can include alcoholic beverages created from other fruits and even vegetables
A beverage produced by fermenting grape juice The term is also used more broadly for alcoholic beverages made from fruits other than grapes
A merger in which ʍ (the sound heard at the beginning of the word whine in a Scottish accent or several accents in the United States) becomes w (the sound heard at the beginning of the word wine); in accents where this merger occurs, whine and wine are homophones
The phenomenon called tears of wine is manifested as a ring of clear liquid, near the top of a glass of wine, from which droplets form and flow back into the wine. It is most readily observed in a wine which has a high alcohol content. It is also referred to as wine legs, curtains, and church windows
Fermented juice of sound, ripe grapes (optionally with condensed grape must added before or after fermentation, and grape brandy or alcohol added after fermentation, with additional restrictions on the adding of such spirits if the wine is domestic and has a lot of alcohol); optionally with sugar or water added during or after fermentation (but only up to a specified maximum amount added, and, if the amount added is more than a specified benchmark, so that the resulting wine does not exceed specified maxima on solid, alcohol, and acid content); and with a specified maximum acidity
() Middle English, from Old English wīn, from Proto-Germanic *wīnam (cf. Dutch wijn, German Wein), from Latin vīnum, from Proto-Indo-European *wóih₁nom (compare Ancient Greek οἶνος (oínos), Hittite wiana , Armenian գինի (gini)), neuter of *wih₁ḗn 'grapevine' (compare Ancient Greek wiḗn), from *weih- 'to plait, wattle' (compare Old Norse veggr 'wall', Latin vieō 'to bind, interweave', Old Church Slavonic vĭjǫ 'to twist, interweave', Sanskrit vájati 'he weaves').
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