quaffable

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quaff +‎ -able

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quaffable (comparative more quaffable, superlative most quaffable)

  1. (informal, usually referring to wine) Easy to drink.
    • 2010, Cynthia Clayton Ochterbeck, Michelin Green Guide Wine Regions of France (page 413)
      The southern wines are simpler and more quaffable, the reds often heady (Côtes du Rhône Villages Cairanne is a good example), the rosés lively and fresh (Tavel), and the whites fruity and smooth (Cairanne).

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