In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(beverage)vino masculino(cask/bottle) de vinoher lips were like wine — sus labios eran como la miel literario
- to put new wine in old bottles — echar vino nuevo en pellejos viejos
- wine merchant — vinatera
- wine taster — catadora (de vinos)
- wine therapy — vinoterapia
- wine tourism — enoturismo
- The last research placed Bulgaria twelfth in the volume share list of world wine exporters.
- The world's finest wines are invariably produced from poor quality soils where few other crops would be worth planting.
- The grape spirit market was in decline, too, so the EC wine lake was overflowing.
- For a twelfth generation wine producer Olivier had a refreshing amount of enthusiasm for his subject.
- We sipped more wine with dinner and it made us a bit giggly.
- But I'd bet that many wine drinkers have the same problem I do.
- I did not see one of them drinking dessert wines, port, or similar drinks.
- There is a correct way to prepare and drink mulled wine.
- You can practically taste the chilled white wine in that glass.
- The fine-wine merchant is the place to go if you want to buy and cellar great vintage wines.
- Sweet dessert wines generally hold up better than dry wines once opened.
- California makes some pretty decent sparkling wines at very competitive prices.
- Red Bordeaux is the world's best wine, and Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay are the best grapes.
- Salty foods may make sweet wines taste sweeter.
- I spent the next few years improving my ability to appreciate fine wine and single malt whisky.
- For other cheesy dishes, a light, fruity red wine is sometimes better.
- If you're short of space, move wine, beer and other drinks into a cool place, such as the garage.
- He poured the sparkling red wine into a glass at a small table with two chairs around it.
- Of course, I immediately undid all the good work with a large serving of mussels in garlic and white wine sauce.
- Bordeaux is in south-west France and produces fine red wines that are often referred to as claret.
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