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vinous

1. of, relating to, or characteristic of wine
2. indulging in or indicative of indulgence in wine
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The salient feature of an RO machine is that it retains flavor, color, tannin and vinous character.
10 September 2015 - Antonio Galloni, the founder of US-based wine publication Vinous, has acquired wine zine Loam Baby, Galloni said.
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With increasing imports from Chile and Argentina, and Brazil and Uruguay not far behind, be prepared for this vinous influx.
The flavour is rich and intense with dark chocolate flavours together with some roast flavours and some vinous notes in the background.
Synopsis: Woody Robins is a bon vivant, devil-may-care wine guru who specializes in investigatory work involving rare artifacts of a vinous nature.
When talking about his vinous experiences to date he shows obvious pleasure and his clear enthusiasm for the particular section of vineyard he has adopted certainly make for a very happy and obviously contented man.
ISLAMABAD -- Due to long-hours loadshedding citizens are forced to buy anti-mosquitoes products especially sprays, coils, nets, lotions and electric devices to keep them away from mosquito vinous.
The Unified Press is tart and vinous, yet its texture turns sweet and more apple-y when paired with blue cheese or Dunbarton Cheddar.
In a vinous mood I speak, of course, of the French, for despite the huge change in the wine world in the last quarter century, the French can say positively that their wines have style.
Cases with any degree of vinous atrophy, associated crypt hyperplasia, and an increased number of intraepithelial lymphocytes were confirmed by intestinal biopsy, plus clinical or histologic improvement after the introduction of a gluten-free diet, as well as positive endomysial or tissue transglutaminase antibodies.