lateinisch pannus = Lappen; Schimmelbelag auf Wein, namentlich in nicht vollgefüllten Weinfässern. Die Redensart Der Wein zieht Pant wird an der Mosel scherzhaft auch von Trinkern gesagt, die plötzlich das Trinken einstellen und dadurch krank werden.

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