jug wine


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jug wine

n.
Inexpensive table wine sold in large bottles.

jug′ wine`


n.
any inexpensive wine sold in large bottles or jugs.
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Noun1.jug wine - inexpensive wine sold in large bottles or jugsjug wine - inexpensive wine sold in large bottles or jugs
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)
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Caption: Rotta Winery turned preconceived notions about jug wine upside down by packaging its $48 tasting room exclusive in a retro 2-liter jug.
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It achieved great popularity in the 19th century as the jug wine of the Parisian cafes, due to its close proximity to the French capital, but now it's almost a byword for a certain style of wine.
Not only that, until recently Argentine wineries specialized in making the cheap jug wine sold in damajuanas.
wineries survived by selling jug wine in the mass market for many years.
After the Second World War production inched up again, especially in the jug wine market.
Compared to the grands crus of the serious French novel, Sagan is jug wine - but you could get hooked on her.
Her tone is often that of the scruffy graduate student trying to describe the folkways of society matrons and philanthropic patrons to her academic friends over a potluck supper and a bottle of California jug wine.
The jug wine market consists of those wines that retailed for no more than $3.
Profile of Boxed/ Jug Wine Users and Non-Users (2009)