Drinkers [noun]

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Consumer interest soon followed, and today there are many excellent grower Champagne options available to drinkers in the United States.

This is a great choice for coffee and tea drinkers who work at desks because it saves a lot of time that would otherwise be spent in front of a microwave.

Winery tasting room visits took a huge hit in 2020, and winemakers quickly pivoted to virtual tastings that allowed drinkers to get up close and personal with brands they love.

Australia’s success has come from targeting the casual drinkers in China’s middle class, or the “masstige” market, says Ben Luker, country manager for Australia and New Zealand at industry research firm Wine Intelligence.

Lighter and fruitier than traditional ruby ports, this Port appeals to a broader demographic of wine drinkers and is a great bottle to finish the evening with after a holiday meal.

I didn’t have a relationship with the drinker, because it had to pass through multiple middlemen first.

Fancy wine drinker or not, you deserve some nice glassesNo matter what wine you’re drinking, if it’s served in a great wine glass, it will usually taste better.

His countenance showed marks of dissipation, for he was a heavy drinker, and this served to further brutalize his nature.

A glass of brandy may save the life of a person who never touches spirits, but would have no effect on an habitual brandy-drinker.

This face, though red and inflamed like that of a heavy drinker, showed spots where the skin was yellow.