Jeroboam Wine Etymology
The word wine comes from the Old English win, which derives from the Proto-Germanic *winam which was an early borrowing from the Latin vinum (related to Greek ?????), which can mean either the "wine" or the "vine" . Some believe this word was derived from the Georgian ghvino.
The English word wine and its equivalents in other languages are protected by law in many jurisdictions.
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