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gluggable

(ˈɡlʌɡəbəl)
adj
informal (of wine) easy and pleasant to drink
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Lots of crisp plummy fruits on the nose and palate, with a touch of soft wood notes that add some texture in this eminently gluggable and compact bottle of red.
EXCITING, contemporary and gorgeously gluggable, there's usually an emphatic "yes" at the mention of an Aussie wine.
It is highly gluggable, with flavours of cherries, plums and black fruits followed by a back bite of spice, with tannins which are soft and easy on the palate.
WeOre fans of their wine [ETH] it is very gluggable, particularly the rose which is good since rose season is now here!
It's the more gluggable way to one of kids' 5-a-day.
A barbecue was also provided, although the food and wine at the site's restaurant was so good, and reasonably priced (set meals from EUR13, with half a pitcher of gluggable local plonk for pounds 3.50) that it was difficult to stay in and cook.
Calloway Crossing Cabernet Sauvingon/Shiraz pounds 3.49, Tesco Strong Shiraz fruit flavours are blended with the full-bodied Cabernet to produce a soft, fruity, gluggable Australian red.
This wine is a rumbustious red, silky, sulky and sinfully gluggable."
As you'd expect, it's bold and brassy but the mocha tones through the mid palate and the spicy conclusion make it an eminently gluggable drop of South African red that has petit verdot in a starring role.
It is highly gluggable, with flavours of cherries, plums and black fruits followed by a back bite of spice, with tannins which MORANDE RESERVA ONE TO ONE PAIS 2015 (13.5% abv, Majestic, PS8.99 or PS6.99 in a buy six deal): Pais is one of the oldest grape varieties in Chile, arriving via Spanish conquistadors in the 1520s.