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domaine

domaine

noun do·maine \dō-ˈmān, -ˈmen\

Definition of DOMAINE

:  a vineyard especially in Burgundy that makes and bottles wine from its own grapes

Origin of DOMAINE

French (short for domaine vinicole or viticole), literally, property, domain
First Known Use: 1956

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