noun cu·vée \kü-ˈvā, kyü-; kue-vā\

Definition of CUVÉE

:  bulk wine; especially :  wine in casks or vats so blended as to ensure uniformity and marketability
:  a blend of still wines used in the production of champagne

Variants of CUVÉE

cu·vée also cu·vee \kü-ˈvā, kyü-; kue-vā\

Origin of CUVÉE

French, from cuve
First Known Use: 1833


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