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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BYOB of blush wine. Call to register at (618) 826-4962 or (972) 571-9808.
It can be blended to improve color in other wines, made into a blush wine or into a dry red that can be oaked.
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.
Keep your meal on the light side with a side of crispy homemade potato chips and some light white or blush wine, remembering that springtime is the time to lighten up!
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 .
Apart from the blush wine category, many rose wines in the U.S.--especially California--are now being made in a dry or off-dry style, and they are in demand.
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.
"People who have heard Llanerch Vineyard Limited has gone into liquidation think we are closed, but the vineyard, restaurant, food school and accommodation is very much open for business and, as well as good weather for the harvest, we also need people to come out and support us." 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. Coming from sun-drenched California, where rosA wines are evocatively referred to as blush, Ernest & Julio Gallo blush wines add effortless glamour and cool sophistication to any occasion.