|(also known as Mosel) region in northeastern France; river flowing through through France Luxembourg and Germany; type of dry white wine, German white wine||Moselle|
|(Cooking) type of sweet rice wine (Japanese)||mirin|
|a dish of mussels cooked and served in their shells with a wine sauce||moules marinières|
|a trademark for a wine used as an apéritif||Dubonnet|
|act of being transubstantiated; process of becoming something else; belief that sacred wine and bread become the body and blood of Jesus in the sacrament of the Mass (Christianity), change of substance, Christian doctrine, see also:consubstantiation||transubstantiation|
|add new wine to old wine as a means of reviving the fermentation process and also the flavor, add stum, must, grape juice that has not yet fermented||stum|
|add sugar to wine||chaptalize|
|alcohol fermented from grapes, alcohol fermented from other fruit, dark purplish-red, dark purplish-red color, drink wine; serve wine, fermented grape juice; burgundy color; alcoholic drink made from fermented fruit; anything intoxicating or exhilarati...||wine|
|alcoholic drink, celebratory toast; celebratory party, feast; alcoholic beverages drunk at a celebration (especially mulled ale or wine), drink in celebration, drink to the health of; drink or give a wassail, drinking or Christmas song, festive occasio...||wassail|
|alcoholic punch made from red wine mixed with fruit juice and soda water, red wine and fruit drink, sangaree||sangria|
|ancient Greek god of wine and fertility (corresponds to the Roman god Bacchus)||Dionysus|
|ancient Greek mixing bowl for wine, crater||krater|
|ancient Roman bottle, pitcher used in Christian ceremonies (holds wine, water or oil), vessel for holy liquid||ampulla|
|any of a number of finches; sweet white wine; light yellow color; female singer (Slang), canary yellow, dance, police informer, woman singer, yellow finch||canary|
|any of a number of trees or shrubs (also elder); berrylike fruit from the elder (used to make wine), fruit of the elder tree||elderberry|
|apparatus used for making wine, vat in which juice is extracted from grapes by treading or pressing||winepress|
|athletic support, bowl-shaped object, bowl-shaped plant or body part, communion chalice or wine, contents of cup, cupful, dish served in cup -shaped container, draw to surface of skin, drinking container, form into cup shape, golf hole, hold in hands, ...||cup|
|atom category, bread and wine in Communion, humankind, kind or sort, organisms in species, subdivision of genus, taxonomic group||species|
|bar specializing in wine||wine bar|
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