Definition of bottling
: a beverage and especially a wine that is bottled at a particular time
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Republican House Speaker Joe Straus opposes the bathroom bill and some of Patrick’s other top priorities, and the pair has feuded publicly for weeks, potentially further bottling up legislation.
Crystal Geyser has been fighting for years to open its own bottling plant to tap into the legend.
The vines from de Wet’s original smuggling operation now provide the raw material for the estate’s top bottling, Bateleur (named after a local eagle), a powerful and complex chardonnay that’s one of South Africa’s best.
In recent years, foreign investment has poured in, bringing the first Western fast food restaurants, a Coca-Cola Co. bottling plant and cellphone service.
Perhaps the biggest changes though will be the bottling, canning and increased distribution of Rock & Run’s beers.
There are many to recommend, but some of my go-to favorites are bottlings from E. Guigal, Louis Bernard, Famille Perrin and M. Chapoutier.
This time the battle is over the bottling of Michigan groundwater by Nestle, the Swiss multinational food company.
Shasta’s water is considered so special that Crystal Geyser has been fighting for years to open its own bottling plant there.
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