May-wine meaning

A still white wine with woodruff flavoring, often containing orange or pineapple slices.
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A punch of champagne, claret, and Moselle or Rhine wine, flavored with woodruff.
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A punch made of white wine flavored with woodruff and garnished with fresh fruit, traditionally strawberries.
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A German beverage, traditionally served on the May Day holiday, made with white wine and woodruff.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
may-wine
Plural:
may-wines

Origin of may-wine

  • Translation of German Maiwein

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition