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Answered 2018-03-31 10:12:12

Any alcoholic drink, including Chianti Wine, will make you drunk if you drink to excess.

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Chianti is a dry red wine.

Chianti is a dry red dinner wine made in Italy.

Chianti - a type of wine from the Chianti region of Tuscany Italy.

Its Giannotti chianti, and not much about $20

Almost any food rich in taste will pair well with Chianti.

Just a guess, here, but... Chianti, maybe? It's a kind of wine.

Chianti is the name of a region in Tuscany, in Italy, which gives its name to the famous red wine.In addition ... the grape is supposed to be Sangoviese to be a classic Chianti

YES, you can get drunk on wine.

Pinot Grigio, Chianti, etc.

Are you looking for a type of wine that comes in such bottle?--chianti, perhaps?

chianti or paisano. and throw a little into the lasagne.

Chianti goes great with Italian pasta dishes...especially those with a tomato based sauce.

You/we/I/they have drunk. I have already drunk wine this evening. He/she/it - has drunk. He has drunk all the wine!

Wine can surely get you drunk if it still contains alcohol. If by going bad, you mean the alcohol has been boiled off, then no -- it won't get you drunk but might make you sick.

Chianti, mostly consumed by the younger generation.

Chianti wine, great leather goods,and cheeses

Any wine that contains alcohol can get you drunk.

The classical wine to serve with spaghetti is a Chianti Classico from Tuscany, Italie. This wine is made mostly from Sangiovese grapes.

That would be an excellent choice. Chianti would be another.

They drunk Wine, Beer, Honey Mead. Wine was not allowed to be drunk at meal times. A Symposium was where men gathered together and sung, played music and drunk wine.Water and wine.

You may find beautiful Chianti's produced in the western region of Italy, not France. Chianti is a common table wine the Italians sip at meal times. It is often given to young children, in small amounts.

For big quantity of bulk (or bottled) wine i suggest Agricola Campani from Montepulciano Tuscany Italy This producer make some of the best wines in Italy as: Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Rosso di Montepulciano Chianti Colli Senesi Chianti Superiore Sangiovese di Toscana

Wild game typically goes with a red wine. I'd select a chianti with venison stew.