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/ iˈkɛm /
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Château d', a sweet white wine from the estate of Château d'Yquem in the Sauternes region of France.
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How to use Yquem in a sentence
Chteau Yquem, champagne, and claret are the favourite wines.
All sorts of bottles were called into requisition, besides the sherry and the angostura, an old sweet Yquem.The Song of Songs|Hermann Sudermann
But there are dinners where the gradation is perfect, where luxury stimulates the brain as Chteau Yquem bathes the throat.
He had drunk at Brierley's a satisfying quantity of some admirable Chteau Yquem, followed by some quite excellent old brandy.The House by the River|A. P. Herbert
Just now he was engaged in an argument with the head waiter concerning Chteau YQuem.Anthony Trent, Master Criminal|Wyndham Martyn
British Dictionary definitions for Yquem
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a French vineyard of the Sauternes area of Bordeaux that produces a sweet white table wineAlso called: Château d'Yquem
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