Definition of grappa in English:

grappa

Syllabification: grap·pa
Pronunciation: /ˈɡräpə
 
/

noun

A brandy distilled from the fermented residue of grapes after they have been pressed in winemaking.
More example sentences
  • Oregon pears, apples, cherries, raspberries, and grapes are transformed into grappas, brandy, and eau-de-vie.
  • In Italy such brandies are called grappa, in Portugal bagaceira.
  • Serve it at the end of a special meal instead of brandy or grappa.

Origin

Italian, literally 'grape stalk', of Germanic origin.

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