from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A batch of bottled liquids, as from a single vat, barrel, or seasonal growth.
- v. Present participle of bottle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or the process of putting anything into bottles (as beer, mineral water, etc.) and sealing the bottles, as with a cork or a bottle cap.
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After walking around the shop with me, pointing at a bottle here and there all of a sudden, with eyes wide open, he grabbed a certain bottling from a winery I had never heard of before and a varietal it had never ocurred to me to try until that afternoon.
The Interfaith Alliance has been successful in bottling up the Jones bill through the dedicated grassroots efforts of its 185,000 members.
Or will we need a significant breakthrough in bottling the reaction plasma more efficiently?
The success of Ajemex, a subsidiary of Peruvian firm Cola Real, in bottling and marketing Big Cola in Mexico has convinced the parent company to move its headquarters to Mexico to oversee operations throughout Latin America.
Made by the Chilean outpost of the famous French firm, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, this bottling is loaded with plummy fruit flavors accented with a whiff of green peppercorns.
The Patriots also had no trouble in bottling up Willis McGahee, who was held to 37 yards rushing.
The Seahawks 'defense also did a good job in bottling up Mike
To find out more, I call the bottling plant and reach Rosalie Mileo, the customer service manager for Dr. Brown's.
Their 2005 Blend One won’t be released for a while, but it features 52% Malbec (the 04 bottling is heavy on cabernet franc).
All of the above said, I do find having some review of a wine beneficial when the producer and the bottling is unknown AND the reviewer is familiar (i.e.,
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