Both of them were vile examples of house plonk at its worst.
They were seen staggering from table to table in the Corn exchange, finishing off any half empty bottles of plonk.
Behemoths like Gallo and Mondavi are struggling to shed their reputations of plonk vendors as legions of smaller growers are concentrating on making a quality product.
It's easy to put a bottle of plonk in a brown paper bag and tie a string around the neck but that has issues.
Previously considered plonk, winemakers have come to recognize consumer demand for quality box wines.
It seems decadent to spend hundreds of pounds on a crate of plonk you don't even intend to drink.
plonk an ancient shopping bag on the desk in front of him.
Knowing my luck, the slabs will turn up, eat the lot, and then bugger off as I plonk my box down!
In addition, 371 million bottles of Italian plonk will go the same way.
Some of the local Greek plonk (sorry Demitri) is very nice.
I nearly got pipped today: a fuse from an antiaircraft shell came down plonk at my feet from about 2 miles up.
plonk down a fiver.
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