[ UK /ɹɪtsˈɪnɐ/ ]
  1. Greek wine flavored with resin
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How To Use retsina In A Sentence

  • It played Guantanamera and had plastic awningsseparating us from the road, but served the most delicious fried courgettes, pork souvlaki and local Robola white wine (no need for retsina here: Kefalonia produces Greece's best wine, a legacy of the Venetians). Empty beaches and great deals in Greece
  • If a glass of dry white retsina transports you and your palate back to the sun-kissed beaches of Greece, well, okay.
  • Tucked into a small bay and backed by steep hills, it is as tranquil as it is picturesque; even the food seems finer and the retsina crisper.
  • He seemed on the verge of explaining this, when the busboy arrived with the retsina and three glasses. SURE OF YOU
  • We're told that the Greeks have only themselves to blame: They retire too early, drink too much retsina and often break into dance without warning .... all on borrowed money. Les Leopold: Help! What's the Cure for Financial Insanity?
  • A popular Greek wine, retsina, is produced only in Greece and is imported to the United States.
  • She had become accustomed to retsina but she really preferred raki, the homemade firewater of mountain villages. THE QUEST FOR K
  • I plan to drink a little Santorini Sigala, the dry Greek white, and imbibe my small annual quota of pine-pitch-flavored retsina from a convenient half-bottle.
  • The juice from Roditis is often included in Greek's famous resinated white wine, Retsina, which I have to admit is a work in process for me. Archive 2008-03-01
  • Another popular beverage, retsina, is a white wine.
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