Definition of Pommard in English:

Pommard

noun

  • A red Burgundy wine produced in the area around Pommard in east-central France.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Edward Barry (1696–1776), physician. From French pommard from Pommard, the name of a village near Beaune in the department of Côte d'Or in France.

Pronunciation

Pommard

/ˈpəʊmɑː(d)/ /pəˈmɑː(d)/