Definition of vendange in English:

vendange

Line breaks: ven|dange
Pronunciation: /vɒ̃ˈdɒ̃ʒ
 
, vɑ̃dɑ̃ʒ/

noun (plural pronunc. same)

(In France) the grape harvest.
More example sentences
  • Vintners are busy with an early vendange, the annual grape harvest that normally does not start until mid-September.
  • After a long, hot and indolent summer, Europe's winemakers enter a short period of frenetic activity, known in France as the vendange.
  • When les vendanges have been completed, the harvest is celebrated by individual wine producers, who throw lavish parties featuring local gastronomy such as foie gras and escargots.

Origin

French.

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