from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- A trademark for an apéritif wine.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun (trademark) a sweet aromatic French wine (red or white) used chiefly as an aperitif
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Today, Dubonnet is available internationally in both Rouge and Blanc varieties and is a key ingredient in classic drinks such as the Dubonnet Cocktail and the Dubonnet Kiss.
Dubonnet is the nation’s top selling aperitif, with a long and storied history that is enjoying renewed popularity as consumers return to “classic cocktails”.
Dubonnet is the nation’s top selling aperitif, with a long and storied history that is enjoying renewed popularity as consumers return to? classic cocktails?.
My father's office was right above a restaurant called the Dubonnet.
Ruth Reichl 2011
Cheeks: Dubonnet aka wine-colored blush was applied.
The Seattle Times 2011
Have you ever bought a bottle of an aperitif called Dubonnet a bit like Pimm’s, that stuff Hooray Henries drink in the U.K.
In keeping with cocktail tradition, he mated it with the aperitif wine Dubonnet, a combination at the core of a great old drink called the Bentley.
A Master of Mixological Science ERIC FELTEN 2010
She chose Dubonnet and then, under his guidance, decided on Croquettes de Turbot Sauce Homard followed by a Souffle aux Peches.
You Don't Take Names Ajay Nair 2010
I shall lay onsome Dubonnet instead of wine gums, just in case.
When Starkey was showing the Queen round an exhibition he had curated about Elizabeth I in 2003, he found her more preoccupied with the late arrival of her drink (Gin and Dubonnet) than the works on display.
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