[ mur-soh; French mœr-soh ]
/ mɜrˈsoʊ; French mœrˈsoʊ /
a dry, white Burgundy wine produced in the district around Meursault in E France.
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Origin of Meursault
First recorded in 1825–35
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Example sentences from the Web for meursault
The manager, who till then had been having Meursault served, now offered Chambertin and Leoville.