generic wine

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Noun1.generic wine - a wine that is a blend of several varieties of grapes with no one grape predominating; a wine that does not carry the name of any specific grape
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)
varietal, varietal wine - a wine made principally from one grape and carrying the name of that grape
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The demo featured four different types of Vitis wine glasses (a line of Riedel stemware exclusively distributed locally by Bacchus Epicerie) and a "joker," or a generic wine glass that some restaurants use to serve various types of wine.
And for possibly the first time in conference history, free ales outnumbered the cheap generic wine which fuels the conference season.
The wine to expect is going to be a simple generic wine from a region that has some potential for high production and economies of scale.
Other generic wine groups will also be making their first appearance at LIWF, which is being held from 17-19 May at London's ExCel.
Think big fermenter, and you're likely to envision a gleaming tank farm producing boatloads of generic wine.
The idea of generic wine advertising has been kicked around for a long time in the wine industry, but broad-based support faltered over disagreements about who would pay for the ads--and whether a generic approach that treats wine as a commodity was appropriate for a product whose very diversity is one of its strongest selling points.
26 in People magazine, the first in a proposed series of generic wine ads from the St.
Also included with each recipe are generic wine suggestions in the $10 to $15 range.
She replaces Warren Adamson who has moved to head New Zealand's generic wine body, the New Zealand Winegrowers.
Generic wine production accounts for 50 per cent of total production.
Cider producers are hoping to replicate the marketing blueprints adopted by generic wine bodies as they look to improve consumers' perceptions about the drink.
Generic wine sales, on the other hand, fell 5%, comprising 32% of wine sales by supermarket consumers.