Definition of Alicant in English:

Alicant

noun

historical, rare
  • A type of wine produced in Alicante in eastern Spain.

Origin

Early 16th century. From Alicante (Spanish Alicante, Catalan Alacant), the name of a wine-producing province in the Valencia Community of eastern Spain, so named after its capital city.

Pronunciation

Alicant

/ˌalɪˈkant/