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A white wine produced in the Montrachet region of France.
- ‘Many people think of it as the soft, benign, bright-white Montrachet often served in a fancy salad along with a bit of apple and some walnuts.’
- ‘Dina is sipping from a glass of Montrachet.’
- ‘I need a salad and a really good bottle of Montrachet.’
- ‘The producers of Le Montrachet, from Burgundy's top white wine vineyard, adopt the same custom.’
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