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Yquem

[ ee-kem ]
/ iˈkɛm /
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noun

Château d', a sweet white wine from the estate of Château d'Yquem in the Sauternes region of France.

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Yquem
/ (iːˈkɛm) /

noun

a French vineyard of the Sauternes area of Bordeaux that produces a sweet white table wineAlso called: Château d'Yquem
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