vinous


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

vinous

1. of, relating to, or characteristic of wine
2. indulging in or indicative of indulgence in wine
References in periodicals archive ?
The Vinous app represents another step as we continue to realize our vision of creating a totally seamless digital ecosystem for wine lovers around the world.
Definition of intoxicating liquors in Volstead Act: '"intoxicating liquor' shall be construed to include alcohol, brandy, whiskey, rum, gin, beer, ale, porter, and wine, and in addition thereto any spirituous, vinous, malt, or fermented liquor .
This is a great time of year to uncover vinous treasures since many of them are ideally suited to sun-soaked days and balmy evenings.
Verbenaceae, local name: nilmoni lota) is a vinous plant found in a scattered manner in various regions of Bangladesh.
9880 Appearance clear clear Color golden yellow greenish tint Flavor vinous vinous Taste dry dry Alcohol (%)* 11.
It would probably be fairer far the retrenchment selection process to be handled by HR department and the vinous heads of department who know the performance of the employees better--Contributed by Edmund Quek, Esther Tang, Chng Jit Yao, and Elynne Loh
Mohammad Khalaf Al Mazroui, General Manager of Asach, said, "Historical sites in Al Ain are being activated to attract more tourists to achieve our strategy to preserve the cultural heritage through using those sited as vinous for artistic and cultural events that will develop the cultural tourism.
A precisely cooked piece of monkfish sat on top of braised Puy lentils surrounded by a vivid red Rioja sauce that had vinous vibrancy and a sweet spiceness.
Giuseppe Albano considers the role of drink in the Rubaiyat, arguing that the apparently simplistic evasions that characterize the poem's vinous musings establish the Rubaiyat as a pastoral poem.
The lesions studied were: carcinomas, 42; ISCs, 50,(44 bad residual villous adenoma and 6 bad residual tubular adenoma); vinous and tubulovillous adenomas, 9; tubular adenomas, 8; and byperplastic polyp, 1.
At Sandown Park, where the fare is excellent, lunch costs pounds 55 and consists of three or four courses of carefully complicated dishes like breast of guinea fowl with a vinous sauce, Dauphinoise potatoes and three vegetables, which no-one actually wants.
The East End's vinous potential has been compared to Bordeaux, for reasons both plausible and less so.