noun grap·pa \ˈgrä-pə\

Definition of GRAPPA

:  a dry colorless brandy distilled from fermented grape pomace

Origin of GRAPPA

Italian, from Italian dialect, grape stalk, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German krāpfo hook
First Known Use: circa 1893

Rhymes with GRAPPA


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