Definition of Frascati in English:

Frascati

Line breaks: Fras|cati
Pronunciation: /fraˈskɑːti
 
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noun

[mass noun]
A wine, typically white, produced in the region of Frascati, Italy.
More example sentences
  • The wine is so excellent (especially the white Frascati that comes from the nearby Castelli Romani) and affordable that you might want to do as the Romans do and have it with both lunch and dinner.
  • Old school Frascati, the region's other classic wine didn't help.
  • With a glass of wonderfully fresh, fruit-rich Frascati, it made a swell supper.

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