mistelle

noun mis·telle \ mə̇ˈstel \

Definition of mistelle

plural -s
:grape juice or slightly fermented white wine to which brandy has been added that is used in the production of other wines (as some vermouths and Malaga)

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Origin and Etymology of mistelle

French, from Spanish mistela, from misto, mixto mixed (from Latin mixtus, past participle of miscēre to mix) + -ela (diminutive suffix)


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