Definition of spumante in English:

spumante

Syllabification: spu·man·te
Pronunciation: /spəˈmäntē, spyə-
 
/

noun

An Italian sparkling white wine.
More example sentences
  • The light, frothy Asti, the subtler Moscato d' Asti, and other spumante and frizzante all over north western Italy demonstrate another facet of the variety's character.
  • Northern Italy is a vast expanse of vineyards, and much of the wine made there is the sparkler known as spumante.
  • In the cellar we sip a dozen wines and a sophisticated but crisp Brut spumante.

Origin

Italian, literally 'sparkling'.

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