corkage

[kawr-kij]
noun
a fee charged, as in a restaurant, for serving wine or liquor brought in by the patron.

Origin:
1830–40; cork + -age

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corkage (ˈkɔːkɪdʒ)
 
n
a charge made at a restaurant for serving wine, etc, bought off the premises

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Example sentences
Many restaurants will reduce or waive the corkage fee for your bottle if you
  order one of theirs too.
If you drink your wine in the dining room or steakhouse, you'll need to pay a
  corkage fee.
Guests are welcome to bring their own wine, although there is a corkage fee.
Patrons are allowed to bring their own bottles for a corkage fee.
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