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Answer for the clue "Hungarian wine", 5 letters:
tokay

Alternative clues for the word tokay

Wine variety

Sweet wine of Hungary

Hungarian wine made from Tokay grapes

Variety of wine grape originally grown in Hungary

The prototype of vinifera grapes

Sweet grape

Sweet wine grape

Fermented Furmints

Sweet wine

Dessert wine

Wine from Hungary or Calif.

Grape variety

White wine

Word definitions for tokay in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tokay \To*kay"\ (t[-o]*k[=a]"), n. [Named fr. Tokay in Hungary.] (Bot.) A grape of an oval shape and whitish color. A rich Hungarian wine made from Tokay grapes.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 A variety of grape grown in eastern Hungary and in eastern Slovakia. 2 A variety of white wines made from this grape.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1710, rich sweet wine from the region of Tokay (Hungarian Tokaj ) a town in Hungary. The name is perhaps Slavic, from tok "current," or Hungarian, from a Turkic personal name.

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Tokay may refer to:

Usage examples of tokay.

Emir Tokay, into the helicopter, the commandos casually strolled past all the men fighting the blazing inferno and rode the funicular back down to the village.

The duchess took the greatest care of my comforts, and at the end of the repast gave me with her own hands a glass of liqueur, which I took for Tokay and praised accordingly, but it turned out to be only old English ale.

Dean Hewby hath come over from Chippenham, and he is discoursing with our good chaplain on the need of self-denial, moistening his throat the while with a flask of the prime Tokay.

The duchess took the greatest care of my comforts, and at the end of the repast gave me with her own hands a glass of liqueur, which I took for Tokay and praised accordingly, but it turned out to be only old English ale.

The meal might easily have passed for a splendid dinner, and I was glad to see that not a drop of water was drunk, for the Champagne, Tokay, Rhine wine, Madeira, Malaga, Cyprus, Alicante, and Cape wine would not allow it.

I don't recall who was there that morning, for between Lola and the Tokay I was not paying much heed, but I know they scraped and fawned to her no end.

Since Demarest's requirement was another Tom Collins it took a little time, but Polly Zarella took none at all since she had shown herself capable of pouring the Tokay herself.