Definition of Masdeu in English:

Masdeu

(also Masdieu, Masdu)

noun

historical
  • A sweet, full-bodied red wine with a mellow flavour, produced at the Masdeu vineyard in southern France and sometimes drunk as an alternative to port.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Cyrus Redding (1785–1870), journalist. From Masdeu, the name of a vineyard in Roussillon, southern France.

Pronunciation

Masdeu

/mazˈdəː/