cold-duck

cold duck

noun
1.
a pink sparkling wine originally from Germany.
2.
a drink made typically by mixing dry white wine, champagne, lemon juice, and sugar.

Origin:
1965–70; translation of German Kalte Ente with sense of def. 2; literal application unclear

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cold duck
 
n
an alcoholic beverage made from equal parts of burgundy and champagne

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