Definition of malvoisie in English:

malvoisie

Syllabification: mal·voi·sie
Pronunciation: /ˌmalˌvwäˈzē, -ˌvoi-
 
/

noun

(In French-speaking regions) any of several grape varieties used to make full-flavored white wines.

Origin

from Old French malvesie, from the French form of Monemvasia (see malmsey).

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