Moulin–à–Vent

noun Mou·lin–à–Vent \müˌlanäˈvän, F mülaⁿnȧväⁿ\

Definition of Moulin–à–Vent

plural

Moulin–à–Vents

  1. :  a Beaujolais from the commune of Moulin-à-Vent

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Origin and Etymology of moulin–à–vent

French, from Moulin-à-Vent, France


First Known Use: 1833


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