blush wine


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blush wine

n.
Any of several wines having a pink tinge.

rose1

(roʊz)

n.
1. any of the wild or cultivated, usu. prickly-stemmed, pinnate-leaved, showy-flowered shrubs of the genus Rosa. Compare rose family.
2. any of various related or similar plants.
3. the flower of any such shrub, of a red, pink, white, or yellow color.
4. a pinkish red, purplish pink, or light crimson color.
5. an ornament shaped like a rose.
6. any of various diagrams showing directions radiating from a common center, as a compass card.
7.
a. an old style of gem cut having a flat base and a dome-shaped crown, typically with 24 triangular facets.
b. a gem with this cut.
8. a perforated cap or plate, as at the end of a pipe, to break a flow of water into a spray.
adj.
9. of the color rose.
10. for, containing, or growing roses.
11. scented like a rose.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English rōse < Latin rosa; akin to Greek rhódon rose (compare rhododendron)]
rose′like`, adj.

rose2

(roʊz)

v.
pt. of rise.

ro•sé

(roʊˈzeɪ)

n.
a pink wine made from red grapes by removing the grape skins from the must before fermentation is completed.
[1425–75; < French: literally, pink, rosy, Old French, = rose rose1 + -é < Latin -ātus -ate1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blush wine - pinkish table wine from red grapes whose skins were removed after fermentation beganblush wine - pinkish table wine from red grapes whose skins were removed after fermentation began
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)
Translations
rozé
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Trinchero had done this before, dubbing the dry blush wine "white Zinfandel.
The blush wine, packaged in an unusually punted champagne-esque bottle, evokes a sense of refinement even before it hits the palate.
This coral-colored wine, available at big-box stores around Tampa Bay for about $16, is a true rose, which means you should not expect the vapid sweetness of a blush wine like so-called white zinfandel.
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The term Blush Wine came from California and it is the most positive description for what the style of rose is.
The members of the informal wine producing co-operative met at High Cup Wines, Cumbria, where more than 60 bottles of medium-dry blush wine have been produced from grapes grown last summer in the ancient Kingdom of Northumbria .
As I walked into Blush Wine and Cocktail Bar with my wife, friends Neil and Neil were already propping up the bar.
The Blush wine, a tangy blend of flavors including blackberry and citrus, shows a golfer in full swing in one picture, and then the ball dribbling a few inches from its starting point in the next, his clothes transformed to a tutu.
Llanerch in Hensol is the largest commercial vineyard in Wales and produces white still and sparkling wines and a blush wine marketed under the Cariad label.
Summer has arrived and the most stylish drink to be seen with is a glass of chilled blush wine.
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