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house wine

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhouse winehouse wine (also house red/white)DFD ordinary wine that is provided by a restaurant to be drunk with meals A glass of house red, please. house
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house wineA house wine is on offer, or you can bring your own.Dinner, cocktails and house wine came to £81 for four.Expected demand in terms of our current Cheshire Restaurants menu is as follows: Currently house wine costs £1.88 and sells at £3.50.For five nights the hotel also offer a bottle of house wine per couple.Extensive range of house wines and champagne, whiskies and draught beers.The university also has a good wine list to complement its food, from a reasonable house wine to more quality vintages.As the economy boomed, champagne boomed with it, becoming the house wine of the upwardly mobile.
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