grappa

[grahp-pah]
noun
an unaged brandy, originally from Italy, distilled from the pomace of a wine press.

Origin:
1890–95; < Italian: grape stalk < Germanic; see grape

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grappa (ˈɡræpə)
 
n
a spirit distilled from the fermented remains of grapes after pressing
 
[Italian: grape stalk, of Germanic origin; see grape]

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grappa
"brandy distilled from the residue of wine-making," 1893, from It., lit. "grapes" (see grape).
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Example sentences
Then there's supper at nine and later, somewhere between eleven and midnight, a coffee or a grappa with friends.
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