Gallo
Proper noun
  1. A Romance language spoken in north-west France, see Gallo language.
  2. A brand of low-priced California wine
    • 1987, John Kennedy Toole, [http://books.google.com/books?id=Hg0jKHsj6DMC&pg=RA1-PA49&dq=%22of+Gallo%22+subject:fiction&as_brr=3&ei=rE1IR7iIK4v46wKf4vT8Bg&sig=3iSXFjRhQ7ZEB4wn_o4EYo1rp6U A Confederacy of Dunces], page 49
      "A few bottles of Gallo muscatel, and you with all them trinkets."
    • 2002, Elmore Leonard, [http://books.google.com/books?id=vX9VOZT92iEC&pg=PA1&dq=%22of+Gallo%22+subject:fiction&as_brr=3&ei=l09IR97REZLO7QLOpuyCBw&sig=wtl0nheb6U0mPpOiQvFlBb25i8I#PPA1,M1 Glitz], page 1
      But Vincent was carrying a sack of groceries. He wasn't going to drop a half gallon of Gallo Hearty Burgundy, a bottle of prune juice and a jar of Ragu spaghetti sauce on the sidewalk.
    • 2003, Rob Loughran, [http://books.google.com/books?id=-ipmtk3LngYC&pg=PA108&dq=%22of+Gallo%22+subject:fiction&as_brr=3&ei=l09IR97REZLO7QLOpuyCBw&sig=-4mntB7ccMjAr1Adn5IEapzFNkk High Steaks], page 108
      On a good day he'd rip through several bottles of Gallo White Port and a fifth of bargain scotch. If he stumbled upon a twenty-dollar bill he would drink Irish whiskey.
    • 2004, Andrew Hartwood, [http://books.google.com/books?id=oqWhNDLkpXwC&pg=PA26&dq=%22some+Gallo%22+subject:fiction&as_brr=3&ei=8ExIR6CpJYXy6gL8k831Bg&sig=lbYlxdKGoYmJ4PzSujbxI5dZGcA Murder in Grosse Pointe: The 49th Grave], page 26
      I ate the result, drank some Gallo white and was ready to shout instructions and encouragement to Buddy Bell and the Tigers [...].
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