Muscadet

[muhs-kuh-dey; French mys-ka-de]

Origin of Muscadet

< French muscadet, Middle French: wine with musklike taste; see muscatel, -et
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Historical Examples of muscadet

  • There was a burst of laughter from the band, excited by their march and the muscadet they had drunk on the way.

    Autumn Glory

    Ren Bazin


British Dictionary definitions for muscadet

Muscadet

noun (sometimes not capital)
  1. a white grape, grown esp in the Loire valley, used for making wine
  2. any of various dry white wines made from this grape

Word Origin for Muscadet

C20: from the region of Brittany where the grape was first grown
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