or Lac·ri·ma Chris·ti
a table wine produced from grapes grown near Vesuvius, in Italy.
a medium dry, sparkling wine produced in the Piedmont region of Italy.
Origin of Lachryma Christi
First recorded in 1605–15, Lachryma Christi is from the Latin word lachryma Christī literally, tear of Christ
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a red or white wine from the bay of Naples in S Italy
Word Origin for lachryma Christi
C17: from Latin: Christ's tear
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