Its microclimate and soil cannot be replicated, nor can the wine (a bottle of the 1999 vintage fetches $1,795).
Their tactics were vintage al Qaeda: multiple suicide bombers and car bombs with fighters prepared to fight until killed.
The vintage cars he bought frequently doubled in value, so Cage made a lot of money buying and selling them.
Her choices range from Oscar de la Renta to Elie Saab to vintage.
Jobs once hung a vintage World War II poster near his desk saying “Loose Lips Sink Ships.”
Autumn has its vintage and the menace of the Methymnaean roisterers.
The wine-making season the world over is known as the "vintage."
The vintage, universally, was finer than had been known for years.
The title Simposio is inaccurate; it should be called, The return from the vintage.
We inquired the object of it, and were told it was a procession to the vintage.
mid-15c., "harvest of grapes, yield of wine from a vineyard," from Anglo-French vintage (mid-14c.), from Old French vendage "yield from a vineyard," from Latin vindemia "a gathering of grapes, yield of grapes," from comb. form of vinum "wine" (see wine) + stem of demere "take off" (from de- "from, away from" + emere "to take;" see exempt). Sense shifted to "age or year of a particular wine" (1746), then to a general adjectival sense of "being of an earlier time" (1883). Used of cars since 1928.