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    What is Flight-of-reds?
    I assume that's one of a menu in a restaurant, and I saw some pictures of some glasses of wine.
    But... what is it exactly?

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    What is Flight-of-reds?
    I assume that's one of a menu in a restaurant, and I saw some pictures of some glasses of wine.
    But... what is it exactly?


    This is a term used by professional wine tasters. When several different wines are lined up ready to be tasted and compared, the row of glasses is called a "flight". So a flight of reds means a row of glasses of red wine ready for tasting.

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    Red means red wine, now I understand
    Thank you, JMurray!

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    Default Re: flight of reds

    To Gillnetter

    It's from American TV show.
    Thank you for answering!

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