Definition of domaine in English:

domaine

Syllabification: do·maine
Pronunciation: /dōˈmān
 
/

noun

A vineyard.
More example sentences
  • It is significant, however, that, as the domaine extends its vineyards, many of the new vines planted are Greek varieties, including the recently rediscovered and elegant indigenous white Malagousia.
  • Hi-tech equipment like reverse osmosis systems can be found in giant commercial Australian wineries and small Burgundy domaines.
  • It is a famous wine from a famous domaine, made in a more restrained style than the Corton.

Origin

1960s: from French, literally 'estate' (see domain).

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