Definition of Rhone wine
1. Noun. Any of various wines from the Rhone River valley in France.
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Literary usage of Rhone wine
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1. Hand-book for Travellers in France: Being a Guide to Normandy, Brittany, the by John Murray (Firm) (1844)
"... penetrate even through the rhone wine, when it is judiciously added. The average price of a hogshead (barrique) of genuine wine of first growth, ..."
2. A Handbook for Travellers in France: Being a Guide to Normandy, Brittany by John Murray (Firm) (1867)
"... of spirit they have little, and will distil away into nothing, yet the aroma will be retained and penetrate even through the rhone wine, when it is ..."
3. London Society edited by James Hogg, Florence Marryat (1878)
"It is not Upper Burgundy nor yet rhone wine, most assuredly. It is neither very generous nor very vigorous ; but for all that, // у а <Ы bouquet pas mal, ..."
4. A History and Description of Modern Wines by Cyrus Redding (1833)
"Merchants often preserve the wines of Bar in full quality by mixing with them a little of the rhone wine, of Bordeaux, or Burgundy, which agrees well with ..."
5. The American Travellers' Guides: Hand-books for Travellers in Europe and the by William Pembroke Fetridge (1874)
"... and will distill away into nothing, yet the aroma will be retained and penetrate even through the rhone wine, when it is judiciously added. ..."
6. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1849)
"The barber hasted to fetch a jug of rhone wine, and as many goblets as there were persons in the room. When all the glasses were filled, the captain bid the ..."