white zinfandel

noun

Definition of white zinfandel 

: a blush wine made from zinfandel grapes

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Some are mediocre, and some are sweet pink confections like the white zinfandels of the 1970s and ’80s. Eric Asimov, New York Times, "American Rosés Without Clichés," 5 July 2018 That’s this kind of white zinfandel – strawberries without the shortcake and whipped cream, but with a lilting sweetness and enough rejuvenating acidity for it to be paired with sandwiches of ham and cheese, curried chicken or tuna. Mike Dunne, sacbee, "This year's best local wine you can (mostly) get for under $20," 20 June 2018 Easton Wines As wine, the zinfandel grape is interpreted in all sorts of ways, from playful white zinfandel to somber port. Mike Dunne, sacbee, "Bright and intriguing wines in full bloom at these four foothill wineries | The Sacramento Bee," 9 May 2018 Pink wine drinkers used to be shamed for sipping on what was perceived as low-quality, sweet vino — your grandmother's white zinfandel. Rachel Rubenstein, Indianapolis Star, "7 bars and restaurants where you can rosé all day," 17 Oct. 2017

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1976, in the meaning defined above

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