Definition of Parellada in US English:

Parellada

noun

  • A variety of white wine grape, grown chiefly in the Penedès region of Catalonia in north-eastern Spain; the light, fruity white wine made from this.

Origin

1970s; earliest use found in The Washington Post. From Catalan parellada from parella pair + -ada.

Pronunciation

Parellada

/ˌparəˈjɑːdə/