Definition of vino
Recent Examples of vino from the Web
There are two things that the French not only love but also take very seriously: their films and their vino.
Plus, Evans says vino is a big part of her weeknight wind-down with her husband of nine years, Jay Barker.
These bad boys can hold up to 15 ounces of your favorite vino.
The last few years wineries have stepped up their game with this dry vino perfect for patio sipping or pairing with assorted light foods, salads and cheeses.
Hundreds of bottles of vino and more than 30 wines by the glass join 30 craft brews in a handsome environment.
In Fine Spirits hosts the Andersonville Wine Walk to taste the best vino the neighborhood has to offer, including stops at Candyality, Martha Mae Art Supplies & Beautiful Things, Pastoral, and the Wooden Spoon.
The dining room, with its long communal table, is a good spot to hang out while enjoying food and a glass of vino.
Then bring out the nail polish, face masks, and vino (*not included, but rarely forgotten).
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Origin and Etymology of vino
Italian & Spanish, from Latin vinum
First Known Use: circa 1919See Words from the same year
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