By Kori ~ July 30th, 2009.
This weekâ€™s Wine Word of the Week is plonk.
Official definition from Jancis Robinsonâ€™s The Oxford Companion to Wine:
Plonk, a vague and derogatory English term for wine of undistinguished quality, is a term of Australian slang that has been naturalized in Britain.
Laymanâ€™s terms from Kori:
Plonk is a term for cheap, low quality wine.
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