Vouvray

[ voov-rey; French voo-vre ]
/ vuvˈreɪ; French vuˈvrɛ /
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noun

a town in W central France, E of Tours.
a medium dry, white wine of this region.

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Examples from the Web for vouvray

  • We dined on frogs' legs and Vouvray, and then went to see the Revue at the Marigny.

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  • We were very comfortable, very genial; we even went so far as to say to each other that Vouvray mousseux was a delightful wine.

  • Vouvray is a trim little place, clustered round about with numerous pleasant villas in the midst of charming gardens.



British Dictionary definitions for vouvray

Vouvray

/ (ˈvuːvreɪ, French vuvrɛ) /

noun

a dry white wine, which can be still, sparkling, or semisparkling, produced around Touraine in the Loire Valley
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