Definition of corked in English:

corked

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adjective

(Of wine) spoilt by a musty taint arising from a fault in the cork: always open and taste your wine before the meal, if only to check that it is not corked
More example sentences
  • One time, while eating at one of the outlets of a famous Chicago restaurant group, I got a badly corked bottle of Trimbach Riesling.
  • Corked glasses of wine are valiantly defended, and the diner is implied to be trying to cheat the restaurant.
  • It is confusing for servers who have some customers drink and some return corked wines.

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