"Then shall we bury all cause of unkindness in a flagon of malvoisie," said the prince, cheerily.
The wines of the neighbourhood, the macabeu and the malvoisie are famous.
That treacherous little baggage is safe locked into the cellar, whither I lured her to find some malvoisie for the rascaille crew.
Duchess, you said the other day that you liked malvoisie, and here is some.
His wine he takes hot when the nights are cold, malvoisie or vernage, with as much spice as would cover the thumb-nail.
The servant brought champagne and malvoisie; the supper was delicious.
Then she threw herself back in her chair, emptied a glass of malvoisie, and smoked with the abandon of a Mohammedan.
The malvoisie grape, introduced from Crete, throve excellently, and at last produced the Madeira of commerce.
They were a merry company of knights and dames, just risen from supper and malvoisie.
And be it noted, that the vicar is obliged to give to the Doge two flasks of malvoisie, with two oranges besides.