Pouilly-Fumé


Pouil·ly–Fu·mé

noun \pü-ˈyē-fü-ˈmā, -fue-\

Definition of POUILLY-FUMÉ

:  a dry white wine from the Loire valley of France

Origin of POUILLY-FUMÉ

French, from Pouilly-sur-Loire, village in France + fumé, past participle of fumer to smoke, from Latin fumare, from fumus smoke — more at fume
First Known Use: 1935

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