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saignée

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saignée (plural saignées)

  1. a method of rosé production that involves bleeding off the juice after limited contact with the skins. Pronounced 'sonyay'.

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saignée f

  1. feminine past participle of saigner

NounEdit

saignée f (plural saignées)

  1. (medicine) bleeding; bloodletting
  2. (figuratively) huge cut; heavy loss
  3. trench, groove, ditch

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