- Suitable or fit for drinking; potable: drinkable water.
- Easy and pleasing to drink: drinkable wine.
(comparative more drinkable, superlative most drinkable)
- (usually in plural) That which can be drunk.
drink + -able
- Immediately drinkable - While some wines in bottles need some age under them in order to soften the tannins and make them ready to drink, a boxed wine is always ready to drink.
- The wines tend to receive ratings in the mid-80s from Wine Spectator, which means you will have a very good drinkable wine for less than $20 per bottle.
- Historically, this process was probably necessary to preserve juice in a drinkable state, but today, wine making is a fun and popular hobby.
- First of all, being adventurous or willing to try new things is a great asset when it comes to purchasing inexpensive, good, drinkable wine.
- Many wines combine value, terrific fruit, and expert winemaking, making them not merely drinkable, but delicious.