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A full-bodied red wine produced in the Bordeaux region of France.

[After Saint-Émilion, commune in Bordeaux.]


(French sɛ̃temiljɔ̃)
(Brewing) a full-bodied red wine, similar to a Burgundy, produced around the town of Saint-Émilion in Bordeaux
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