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White wine named for the European river valley where its produced NYT crossword answer is:
- Length: 7 letters
- Definition: Moselle is a type of white wine made in the Moselle River Valley region of Europe, primarily in Germany, France, and Luxembourg. The region is known for its crisp, citric-flavored wines with moderate acidity.
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