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Any of various marine food fishes of the family Sciaenidae, especially those of the genus Cynoscion, found in coastal waters of the Americas.

[Spanish; see corbina.]


1. (Animals) a marine food fish, Menticirrhus undulatus, found in Pacific waters off Mexico and California
2. (Animals) any of several related marine fishes of the family Sciaenidae
[from Spanish corbina, corvina, from feminine of corvino ravenlike, from Latin corvus raven]


(kɔrˈvi nə)

n., pl. -nas.
any of various silvery gray croakers, esp. of the genera Cynoscion and Micropogonias.
[1780–90; < Mexican Spanish, Sp: kind of fish, feminine derivative of corvino < Latin corvīnus corvine; so called from its color]
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A classic blend of 70% Corvina, 25% Rondinella, 5% Molinara, but unlike the other reds in the Masi range this is much lighter in style and full of crisp, crunchy, cherry fruit.
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While most reds from Italy's Veneto region tend to focus on the local corvina grape, this one puts merlot in the lead position (60%) - although the remainder is indeed corvina.
The grapes corvina, rondinella, and molinara serego alighieri, are fermented in Slovenian oak and aged in a mix of wood and bottle.
The grapes corvina, rondinella, and molinara serego alighieri are fermented in Slovenian oak and aged in a mix of wood and bottle.
Entrees are wide ranging and include Baked Maine Lobster Tail; Panko crusted Faroe Islands Salmon; Grilled Corvina (a Pacific-island dish in a creamy sauce); whole fried Caribbean Red Snapper; and a South American-inspired Paella with mussels, clams, shrimp, pulpo and calamari.
Not Primitivo obviously, but Corvina mainly in Lidl's Valpolicella, Ripasso Classico.
Try a zingy encebollado soup, or deep-fried corvina (sea bass) in a bowl of ceviche (raw fish), or llapingacho (a fried potato cake with peanut sauce).
the bidder shall ensure that the order is made by e-mail generated from an integrated system (eg corvina) electronically.
Tucking into my fabulous corvina, so fresh it tasted as if it had just been caught that morning, I was in pescatarian heaven.
A species of Mexican fish called the Gulf Corvina boasts of an amazing sexual practice.
Virgin Group's Branson, who joined the board in October as part of an investment and partnership deal with the startup, will receive stock warrants to maintain his current stake through his investment vehicle, Corvina Holdings Ltd, according to the financial document.