pop wine


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pop wine

n. a cheap, flavorful, sparkling wine drink. Even if you don’t like fine wines, you’ll like pop wine.
See also: pop, wine
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It's an upscale, ultra-premium pop wine that may in fact bring in new people for the longer term," said Fredrikson.
Yep, it is "a brand new alcoholic drink that's stronger than beer and as flavorful as good pop wine (Sotto Voce) That's a hell of a lousy slogan/statement/PR release, or what have you me thinks.
He said that in the Russian market the Armenian pop wines compete with the Azeri ones.
In the Sixties and Seventies pop wines were popular--low-alcohol, fruit-flavored drinks like Ripple and Boone's Farm apple wine.
BofA, expressed the view that pop wines are going to continue to do well as they appeal to those who have been raised on soda-pop.
What's next, after Cold Duck, pop wines and wine coolers?