noun (sometimes lowercase)
Origin of Sauterne
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Contemporary Examples of sauternes
Alternate: Sauternes Adapted from My Calabria by Rosetta Costantino with Janet Fletcher.Italy's Best Dessert Secret
December 9, 2010
Historical Examples of sauternes
Then add a small glass of rhum, a small glass of kirsch, and a glass of sauternes.The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book
Chteauneuf communicates with the Sauternes district by rail, so that supplies of wine from there are readily obtainable.
This colombar grape is simply the semillon—one of the leading varieties of the Sauternes district—transported to the Charente.
Adams and Washington used his good offices to keep their cellars well stocked in champagne and sauternes.Thomas Jefferson
One ate oysters à la poulette, terrapin-salads, and croquettes; the wines were Sauternes and champagnes.Vandover and the Brute
Word Origin for Sauternes
also Sauternes, name for certain white wines, 1711, from Sauterne, district near Bordeaux where it is made.