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Picking up a bottle of red wine for Sunday dinner while grocery shopping.
Three glasses of red wine in that first week can be added, too.
Partake in $3 Kirin drafts, $4 hot sake or single well cocktails, or $6 glasses of white or red wine — or vodka or gin martinis.
Make salad: In a bowl, toss the arugula with the red wine vinegar and some olive oil.
Some survival suggestions: Pour vodka in your Slushie; see it at 11 a.m. with Mimosas in your cup; smuggle in a bottle of red wine to go with nachos and drink that.
This Valentine’s Day, go for the trifecta: Make a chocolate and red wine cake for your sweetheart.
If resilience weren't a problem for many of us, why is the Internet crummy with articles about unhealthy addiction to those two all-purpose escape valves, red wine and smartphones?
Go for something a little bit classic and a little bit oddball, something that takes advantage of not just winter booze (whiskey, red wine) but winter produce as well (lemons).
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RED WINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of red wine for English Language Learners
: wine that has a red color
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