Definition of Pink wine
1. Noun. Pinkish table wine from red grapes whose skins were removed after fermentation began.
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Literary usage of Pink wine
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1. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1894)
"I was woke up by Tom, who came into my bedroom with a pint bottle of the pink wine of France. After drawing the cork, his first words were, ' I say, ..."
2. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste by Luther Tucker (1867)
"... which he calls his pink wine ; the other he gives us clear and white as water, and both, if we drink freely, give us an intolerable headache, ..."
3. Journal by Folk-Song Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"If the wine is to be made pink, wine is used ; if pale, white wine. This liquor ices a fresh fermentation in the bottle, by convertie sugar into alcohol ..."
4. Food: Its Adulterations, and the Methods for Their Detection by Arthur Hill Hassall (1876)
"For the pink wine, the treading, is prolonged until the Juice becomes tinged wiih the colouring matter of the husks. For inferior champagne, the colour is ..."
5. Where the Great German Wines Grow: A Guide to the Leading Vineyards by Hans Ambrosi (1976)
"... (rose wine)—A pink wine made from the grape-must of red-wine grapes processed as white-wine grapes (prior to or shortly after the start of fermentation ..."