Definition of degustation in English:

degustation

noun

rare
  • See degust

    • ‘We chose a fairly smart looking spot with a ten course degustation menu for €50 a head and had a very pleasant, leisurely meal which tantalised our palates.’
    • ‘The first course of our menu degustation is seared langoustine with honey-glazed pork belly.’
    • ‘Inside, a father and son are having a mock degustation of fizzy drinks.’
    • ‘While it is not uncommon for well-known vineyards to charge fees for tastings, the degustations here are free.’
    • ‘At these prices you can have a pretty fair version of a degustation for around $25.’
    • ‘Main dishes came just on time on heated plates, so the dishes stayed warm until the end of degustation.’