vin de pays

[ vanduhpey-ee ]
/ vɛ̃ də peɪˈi /
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noun, plural vins de pays [vanduhpey-ee]. /vɛ̃ də peɪˈi/. French.
the wine of a particular region, usually available only in the region where the wine is made; local wine.
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British Dictionary definitions for vin de pays

vin de pays
/ French (vɛ̃ də pei) /

noun plural vins de pays (vɛ̃ də pei)
Also: vin du pays the third highest French wine classification: indicates that the wine meets certain requirements concerning area of production, strength, etcAbbreviation: VDP Compare AC (def. 7), VDQS, vin de table

Word Origin for vin de pays

literally: local wine
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