Definition of domaine
: a vineyard especially in Burgundy that makes and bottles wine from its own grapes
Recent Examples of domaine from the Web
Champagne Marion-Bosser: Situated next to Dom Pérignon’s abbey in Hautvillers, this domaine has a simple two-bedroom apartment available for rent by the night.
Domaine des 2 Ânes winery has three roaming donkeys doing its fieldwork; cruising around snacking on Syrah vines instead of pruning, the animals fertilizing at the same time.
Domaine Armand Rousseau is one of the greatest red wine producers of Burgundy, renowned for its Gevrey-Chambertin.
According to My Domaine, every employee has the authority to give up to a $50 discount when it's warranted.
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Origin and Etymology of domaine
French (short for domaine vinicole or viticole), literally, property, domain
First Known Use: 1956See Words from the same year
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