bot·​tling | \ ˈbä-tᵊl-iŋ How to pronounce bottling (audio) , ˈbät-liŋ\

Definition of bottling

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

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Up to 20 percent of viognier is allowed to give a boost in the aromatics department, though Cote-Rotie bottlings often contain much less viognier than that. Michael Austin,, "Love chardonnay? Give viognier a try," 30 Mar. 2018 But in recent years, producers are finding a new way to tell the story of sherry wine through their en rama bottlings. Shana Clarke, Fortune, "A New Style of Winemaking Could Take Sherry Mainstream," 29 June 2019 Roughly 200 manufacturing jobs will remain at the Madisonville bottling plant. Alexander Coolidge,, "Coke shifting 400 Cincinnati jobs to Northern Kentucky," 19 July 2019 The firm renovated a former bottling plant — a concrete and steel warehouse built in 1945 — with many, many design flourishes and technologies, but without modern AC. New York Times, "Do Americans Need Air-Conditioning?," 3 July 2019 To really get a feel of the terrior, brands like Mezcales de Leyenda and Del Maguey specialize in in regional and even single-village bottlings to compare. Lauren Hubbard, Town & Country, "12 Things Every Tequila Aficionado Needs to Know," 7 June 2019 The year 2019 will mark the 10th bottling of González Byass’s Tio Pepe En Rama, and many other bodegas also now produce an en rama sherry. Shana Clarke, Fortune, "A New Style of Winemaking Could Take Sherry Mainstream," 29 June 2019 That’s starting to change as high-quality whiskeys are also becoming increasingly common thanks to bottlings such as Beam Suntory’s own Little Book, which is produced by Fred Noe’s son Freddie. Zak Stambor,, "Legent bourbon, the first release from Beam and Suntory houses, blends traditions and flavors," 12 June 2019 Trade publication Beverage-Digest earlier reported the bottling changes. Allison Prang, WSJ, "PepsiCo CEO Says No Plans to Break Up Snacks, Foods Giant," 15 Feb. 2019

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First Known Use of bottling

1860, in the meaning defined above

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