red wine


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red′ wine′


n.
wine having a predominantly red color derived from the skin pigment in the dark-colored grapes used in making it.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.red wine - wine having a red color derived from skins of dark-colored grapesred wine - wine having a red color derived from skins of dark-colored grapes
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)
Beaujolais - dry fruity light red wine drunk within a few months after it is made; from the Beaujolais district in southeastern France
Medoc - red Bordeaux wine from the Medoc district of southwestern France
Pinot noir - dry red California table wine made from purple Pinot grapes
red Bordeaux, claret - dry red Bordeaux or Bordeaux-like wine
Chianti - dry red Italian table wine from the Chianti region of Tuscany
Cabernet, Cabernet Sauvignon - superior Bordeaux type of red wine
Merlot - dry red wine made from a grape grown widely in Bordeaux and California
Rioja - dry red table wine from the Rioja region of northern Spain
zinfandel - dry fruity red wine from California
sangaree, sangria - sweetened red wine and orange or lemon juice with soda water
Translations
červené víno
rødvin
punaviini
crno vino
vörösbor
赤ワイン
적포도주
rdeče vino
rödvinrött vin
ไวน์แดง
rượu vang đỏ

red wine

نَبيذٌ أَحْمَر červené víno rødvin Rotwein κόκκινο κρασί vino tinto punaviini vin rouge crno vino vino rosso 赤ワイン 적포도주 rode wijn rødvin czerwone wino vinho tinto красное вино rödvin ไวน์แดง kırmızı şarap rượu vang đỏ 红葡萄酒
References in classic literature ?
It was a dinner for a King when he brought in a huge dish of it, succulent with tomatoes, and we ate it together with the good household bread and a bottle of red wine.
The red wine was poured in tumblers for all, and the long dining-room was partly cleared for dancing.
May I die," said the landlord at this, "if Don Quixote or Don Devil has not been slashing some of the skins of red wine that stand full at his bed's head, and the spilt wine must be what this good fellow takes for blood;" and so saying he went into the room and the rest after him, and there they found Don Quixote in the strangest costume in the world.
Bert, in his hand a glass of California red wine, which the management supplied for fifty cents a bottle, was on his feet endeavoring a speech.
It is also said that the student is glad to get wounds in the face, because the scars they leave will show so well there; and it is also said that these face wounds are so prized that youths have even been known to pull them apart from time to time and put red wine in them to make them heal badly and leave as ugly a scar as possible.
The smoke escaped out of the ruined chimney, the light illuminated the room with a kindly glow, and as I ate my simple meal of plain bird and drank the remains of a bottle of red wine which had served me all the afternoon in place of the water, which the region did not supply, I experienced a sense of comfort which better fare and accommodations do not always give.
At last, gush after gush of clotted red gore, as if it had been the purple lees of red wine, shot into the frighted air; and falling back again, ran dripping down his motionless flanks into the sea.
The wine was red wine, and had stained the ground of the narrow street in the suburb of Saint Antoine, in Paris, where it was spilled.
Please Your Worship," answered the man-at-arms, "a merry fair is held there today, and a great wrestling match, to which many folk have come, for a prize hath been offered of a pipe of red wine, a fair golden ring, and a pair of gloves, all of which go to the best wrestler.
me, I'll give thee white wine, red wine, claret-wine, sack,
Why, if little Hans came up here, and saw our warm fire, and our good supper, and our great cask of red wine, he might get envious, and envy is a most terrible thing, and would spoil anybody's nature.
It was like the supper of an ordinary Swiss hotel, and good red wine grown by the convent in more genial air was not wanting.