One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It's definitely not an offensive wine, rather the opposite, it's very quaffable; but a little tame for my liking.’
- ‘A scrumptious pizza, half-a-litre of very quaffable wine and three scoops of the finest ice cream cost just over £10 which was a real bargain in a city reckoned to be one of the dearer European destinations.’
- ‘Okay, so it's not the most sophisticated wine, but compared with some of the filth sloshing around at the same price, Blue Nun is eminently quaffable.’
- ‘With his wife Alison, he opened the brewery ten years ago, and has since established his beers as among the most distinctive and quaffable around.’
- ‘From the Silk Road to Shanghai, wine in the Middle Kingdom has had a long march through history to evolve into what is fast becoming a quaffable libation for trendy young high-fliers.’
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