Tourelle


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Tourelle

A small projecting turret with a conical roof, especially one located at an outside corner of a building.

turret, tourelle

A diminutive tower, characteristically corbeled from a corner.
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Pass by a supermarket on your way to that dinner and grab a high-end brand of whiskey, Bailey's Irish Cream or Domaine Des Tourelle, a lovely local wine.
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Domaine des Tourelles was established in 1868 by Frenchman Francois-Eugene Brun in Lebanon's ripe Bekaa Valley, and over the last 147 years has established its label as one of the best for wine, Arak -- under its famous Arak Brun label -- and liquor in the country.
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