bottling

noun
bot·tling | \ˈbä-tᵊl-iŋ, ˈbät-liŋ\

Definition of bottling 

: a beverage and especially a wine that is bottled at a particular time

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Two recent entrants that are big hits include By Ott, a less expensive bottling from the iconic Provençal estate Domaines Ott, and a rosé from New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi, with the awkward moniker Diving Into Hampton Water. Lettie Teague, WSJ, "The Surprising Truth About the Price of Rosé," 24 May 2018 Single-malt bottlings are about maximizing this singularity. Eric Asimov, New York Times, "Does Blended Scotch Still Have a Place in the Modern Bar?," 16 Mar. 2018 So, many residents drink Coca-Cola, which is produced by a local bottling plant, can be easier to find than bottled water and is almost as cheap. Oscar Lopez, BostonGlobe.com, "In Mexican town, Coca-Cola is everywhere, and so is diabetes," 14 July 2018 The tour explains the history of Old Forester, distilling, the bottling process, and ends with a tasting in the Old Forester Tasting Room. Gabe Hauari, The Courier-Journal, "Tour these top Kentucky distilleries. Shocker! They're mostly bourbon," 20 June 2018 The water flows downhill through a pipeline to a tank, where it's pumped into trucks and hauled to a bottling plant. Christopher Weber, chicagotribune.com, "U.S. allows Nestle to keep taking water from California forest," 28 June 2018 Morimoto Asia looms like an illuminated airplane hangar over the waterway that threads this pedestrian mall from inside an industrial structure that was once a bottling plant, and then the Mannequins Dance Palace nightclub. Craig Laban, Philly.com, "Orlando's best dining thrills are outside the parks," 22 June 2018 The Preservation Society also oversees the elegant Spanish-style spring house from 1895 and the adjacent bottling plant from the early 1900s, both owned by Nestle Waters North America. Patricia Harris And David Lyon, BostonGlobe.com, "Goin’ up the country: The rustic appeal of Maine’s Route 26," 21 June 2018 Pettit's grandson, August J. Pabst, inherited the land after Pettit's death and sold it to a man who built a resort hotel, and even before any of these buildings were constructed, people drank the spring water, and built a bottling plant. Amy Schwabe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Your kids can pretend to be urban explorers on this Wisconsin hiking trail," 20 June 2018

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First Known Use of bottling

1860, in the meaning defined above

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