Entry: winelight (adj.)
In context: "He was missing this time in U.S.A. Boston MA of refilling the pond for the ducks' return, the willows greening, the winelight of a northern sunset curving gently in to land without explosion."
Definition: A neologism, similar in direction to onionlight. Light suggesting the colour of wine, or perhaps the colour of light filtered through wine. Even without reading the above context, winelight suggests red/dark far more than white/pale.
SNOOT score: 4 (I'm hesitant to score neologisms higher than a 1, but I really love this one.)
Source: Oxford English Dictionary