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Bacchus
   is the Roman God of   
Wine
Also the god of theatre and general good times and frivolity
Vintner
   is   
A Wine Merchant
Wine
   ,   
Women, Song
Hedonistic phrase that may have originated with Johann Heinrich Voss
Jug of Wine
   ,   
Loaf of Bread, Thou
From the 'Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam' as translated by Edward Fitzgerald
Brandi
   means   
Burnt Wine
English
In Vino Veritas
   means   
In Wine There is Truth
More importantly, in wine there is alcohol.
Wine
   in Italian is   
Vino
Wine
   in French is   
Vin
Wine and Roses
   in Spanish is   
Vino Y Rosas
Wine
   in Portuguese is   
Vinho
Wine
   in Polish is   
Wino
Wine
   in Esperanto is   
Vino
Asti Spumate
   is described as   
Italian Sparkling White Wine
Bouquet
   is described as   
The Fragrance of a Wine
Decant
   is described as   
To Pour out Wine Slowly Into a Decanter to Eliminate Its Sediment
Rosé
   is described as   
A Fruity, Pink-colored Wine
Sherry
   is described as   
Spanish Wine Fortified With Brandy
Sommelier
   is described as   
French Term for a Wine Waiter Who Has Keys to and Great Knowledge of the Wine Cellar
A wine steward
Trockenbeerenauslese
   is described as   
German Term for a White Wine Produced from a Very Late Harvest of Grapes That Has Been Infected With Botrytis
Varietal Wine
   is described as   
Any Wine Named After the Principal Grape It is Made from
Vintage
   is described as   
The Year of a Grape’s Harvest, As Labeled on a Bottle of Wine
Aftertaste
   is described as   
A Tasting Term for the Taste Left on the Palate After Wine Has Been Swallowed.
Aging Barrel
   is described as   
A Barrel, Often Made of Oak, Used to Age Wine or Distilled Spirits.
Altar Wine
   is described as   
The Wine Used by the Catholic Church in Celebrations of the Eucharist.
Amphora
   is described as   
A Type of Ceramic Vase, Used for Transporting and Storing Wine in Ancient Times.
Angel's Share
   is described as   
The Portion of a Wine in an Aging Barrel That is Lost to Evaporation.
Anthocyanin
   is described as   
Phenolic Pigments That Give Red Wine Its Colour.
Biodynamic Wine
   is described as   
Wines Produced by the Principles of Biodynamic Agriculture.
Blind Tasting
   is described as   
Tasting and Evaluating Wine Without Knowing What It Is.
Cork
   is described as   
A Wine Bottle Stopper Made from the Thick Outer Bark of the Cork Oak Tree.
Farm Winery
   is described as   
A United States Winery License Allowing Farms to Produce and Sell Wine On-site.
Master of Wine
   is described as   
A Qualification Conferred by The Institute of Masters of Wine, Which is Located in the United Kingdom.
Merlot
   is described as   
Merlot is a Variety of Wine Grape Used to Create a Popular Red Wine.
Methuselah
   is described as   
A Large Bottle Holding Six Litres, the Equivalent of Eight Regular Wine Bottles.
Oenology
   is described as   
The Science of Wine and Winemaking.
Oenophile
   is described as   
A Wine Aficionado or Connoisseur.
Potassium Sorbate
   is described as   
A Wine Stabilizer and Preservative.
Sparkling Wine
   is described as   
Effervescent Wine Containing Significant Levels of Carbon Dioxide.
Stoving Wine
   is described as   
A Production Method of Artificially Mellowing Wine by Exposing It to Heat.
Vineyard
   is described as   
A Place Where Grape Vines Are Grown for Wine Making Purposes.
Vinho Verde
   is described as   
An Effervescent White Wine Produced in Portugal.
Wine Cave
   is described as   
A Large Cave That is Excavated to Provide a Cool Location for Storing and Aging Wine. Similar to Wine Cellar.
Wine Cellar
   is described as   
A Cool, Dark Location in Which Wine is Stored, Often for the Purpose of Ageing.
Wine Fraud
   is described as   
Any Form of Dishonesty in the Production or Distribution of Wine.
Young
   is described as   
Wine That is Not Matured and Usually Bottled and Sold Within a Year of Its Vintage.
"Quand Le Vin Est Tiré, Il Faut Le Boire, Même S'il Est Bon"
   means   
When the Wine is Poured You Must Drink It Even if It's Good
Marcel Pagnol
Days of ____ and Roses
   contains the word   
Wine
Henry Mancini
Days of Wine and Roses
   was released by   
Henry Mancini
1963 - inducted in 2003; Academy Award winner for Best Original Song for movie of the same name
Wine
   in Danish is   
Vin
UB40
   released the single   
Red Red Wine
1988; cover of Neil Diamond release; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100






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