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white wine

wine having a yellowish to amber color derived from the light-colored grapes used in production, or from dark grapes whose skins, pulp, and seeds have been removed before fermentation.
Origin of white wine
1250-1300; Middle English; compare French vin blanc Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • One thing's for sure, though-you'd only ever order a white wine, never a red wine with fish.
  • It followed it a year later with an aerator specifically engineered for white wine.
  • He suggested a lunch of chilled white wine and salmon.
  • When garlic is translucent, remove from flame and add parsley and white wine.
  • Add some butter and white wine to the drippings left in the pan and sauté at higher heat until the sauce starts reducing.
  • Arrange in a buttered pan, and pour around white wine.
  • Pigs' feet are boiled until tender, split, and covered with vinegar made from white wine.
  • Add a splash of white wine to the vegetables in the sauté pan.
  • But if you want to suck up, don't apply suction to lower-middle management, which is who drinks white wine.
  • white wine, as opposed to its name, is not at all periods in white color.

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