domaine

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do·maine

 (dō-mĕn′)
n.
An estate, typically in the Burgundy region of France, that makes wine from grapes grown in its own vineyards.

[French, domain, estate; see domain.]

domaine

(dəˈmeɪn; dəˈmɛn)
n
a French estate on which wine is made
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