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red wine

noun
1.
wine having a predominantly red color derived from the skin pigment in the red or other dark-colored grapes used in making it.
Origin
1745-1755
1745-55
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Examples from the web for red wine
  • Never mind all the research on the purported health benefits of red wine or chocolate.
  • To cut the richness, the burger is served with red wine pickles and celery root slaw.
  • She gave me bread enough and red wine, and let wash me in the river and bestowed on me these garments.
  • Remove fresh red wine stains with full-strength club soda.
  • Steamed fish and scallops are badly paired with red wine.
  • In my city, an active day outdoors involves going running and sailing, starting a fire and opening bottles of red wine.
  • red wine won't overheat in the summer, and white wine won't get too cold when left in an ice bucket.
  • Replace red wine with apple juice and omit liqueur to make a non-alcoholic punch.
  • New research provides additional incentive to do that with red wine.
  • Whether or not red wine has unique heart-helping effects was unclear.

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