- 1.1 (beverage) vino (m) her lips were like wine [literario/literary] sus labios eran como la miel [literario/literary] he spent his inheritance on wine, women and song se gastó la herencia en juerga, vino y mujeres to put new wine in old bottles [Bib] echar vino nuevo en pellejos viejos (before n) [bottle/cask] de vino wine box caja (f) de vino wine cellar bodega (f) wine coolerrecipiente para mantener frío el vino wine list carta (f) de vinos wine merchant (BrE) vinatero, -ra (m,f) wine rack botellero (m) wine vinegar vinagre (m) de vino wine taster catador, -dora (m,f) (de vinos) catavinos (mf) wine therapy vinoterapia (f) wine tourism enoturismo (m) wine waiter sommelier (m), sumiller (m)More example sentences1.2 (color) rojo (m) granate; (before n) rojo granate (adj inv)
- The fine-wine merchant is the place to go if you want to buy and cellar great vintage wines.
- He poured the sparkling red wine into a glass at a small table with two chairs around it.
- For other cheesy dishes, a light, fruity red wine is sometimes better.
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