Moelleux is the French word which means soft, mellow, tender, moist, sweet. Moelleux is French from the word "moelle", meaning bone marrow, this word means soft or mellow and refers to a rich, medium sweet white wine. It also means Gurnard, a kind of fish. Moelleux is pronounced "mwa leu"

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