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EtymologyEdit

From French muscadet

NounEdit

muscadet ‎(plural muscadets)

  1. A white grape grown chiefly in the Loire valley of France, or a dry white wine made from this grape
    • 2007 July 22, Howard G. Goldberg, “Loire to Order: Offbeat Choice”, in New York Times[1]:
      Unconventionally, he recommends a Loire red with fresh oysters, a dish the French customarily consume with muscadet, a piercing Loire white.

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