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Rabbi's Bead

In Austria, a common and clearly negative colloquial term for a wine of low quality with a high alcohol content, the (excessive) consumption of which makes one "rabid" (inconsiderate, angry, aggressive). See other terms for such or similar wines under sour wine.

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