The pulpy residue left after the juice has been pressed from grapes, apples, or other fruits.(noun)
Brandy distilled from grape or apple residue.(noun)
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"A spirit distilled from the skins, stems, and pips of grapes after they are crushed and the juice is drawn off is called marc in France and grappa in Italy."
"The marc is then thrown away, and to every gallon of the liquor, or must, as it is called, three pounds of lump sugar are added, and the whole is well stirred together; the tub is afterwards covered with a blanket, and the wine is left to ferment in a temperature of from 55° to 60°."