Definition of crémant in English:

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crémant

Pronunciation: /ˈkrɛmɒ̃/

noun

[mass noun]
A French sparkling wine made by the méthode champenoise: in Alsace itself, tradition dictates that Muscat or crémant is served as an aperitif wine
More example sentences
  • Since this is obviously a fun place, start with a kir made with two Burgundian classics - sparkling crémant and rich cassis.
  • A California sparkling wine would be a better choice than the crémant, even though the price would be hard to beat.
  • A sparkling Vouvray crémant is also made from the wines with lower alcohol.

Origin

French, 'sparkling wine'.

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