American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for apéritif wines.
- n. (trademark) a sweet aromatic French wine (red or white) used chiefly as an aperitif
“Today, Dubonnet is available internationally in both Rouge and Blanc varieties and is a key ingredient in classic drinks such as the Dubonnet Cocktail and the Dubonnet Kiss.”
“Dubonnet is the nation’s top selling aperitif, with a long and storied history that is enjoying renewed popularity as consumers return to? classic cocktails?.”
“Dubonnet is the nation’s top selling aperitif, with a long and storied history that is enjoying renewed popularity as consumers return to “classic cocktails”.”
“My father's office was right above a restaurant called the Dubonnet.”
“Cheeks: Dubonnet aka wine-colored blush was applied.”
“Have you ever bought a bottle of an aperitif called Dubonnet a bit like Pimm’s, that stuff Hooray Henries drink in the U.K.”
“I shall lay onsome Dubonnet instead of wine gums, just in case.”
“In keeping with cocktail tradition, he mated it with the aperitif wine Dubonnet, a combination at the core of a great old drink called the Bentley.”
“She chose Dubonnet and then, under his guidance, decided on Croquettes de Turbot Sauce Homard followed by a Souffle aux Peches.”
“When Starkey was showing the Queen round an exhibition he had curated about Elizabeth I in 2003, he found her more preoccupied with the late arrival of her drink (Gin and Dubonnet) than the works on display.”
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