Chambertin


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Chambertin

(French ʃɑ̃bɛrtɛ̃)
n
(Brewing) a dry red burgundy wine produced in Gevrey-Chambertin in E France
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Peray, but unravel an argument over Clos de Vougeot, and upset a theory in a torrent of Chambertin. Well had it been if the same quick sense of propriety had attended him in the peddling propensity to which I have formerly alluded - but this was by no means the case.
"Were you ever at Rome?" asked the restaurateur, as he finished his second bottle of Mousseux, and drew from the closet a larger supply of Chambertin.
"Well, well, have it your own way!" said the devil, pacifically, and Bon-Bon, having beaten his Majesty at argument, thought it his duty to conclude a second bottle of Chambertin.
"No sir, the soul is no such thing!" (Here the philosopher, looking daggers, took occasion to make an end, upon the spot, of his third bottle of Chambertin.)
"Well, in the absence of champagne and chambertin, you must content yourselves with that."
Now the successor of Pere Marteau had promised him a pate of pheasant instead of a pate of fowl, and Chambertin wine instead of Macon.
If ideas did not crowd on their brains, we must despair of the Chambertin of 1853.
But he also sprinkled the population with incomparable French chefs and winemakers -- and with decadent servings of foie gras and truffle-stuffed grouse washed down with goblets of Gevrey Chambertin, the world grew to overlook God's snub.
Gevrey Chambertin proved he is no back number with a resurgent frontrunning victory at Carlisle.
Coral: 9-2 Unowhatimeanharry, Bivouac, Ibis Du Rheu, Westren Warrior, 6 Yala Enki, 10 Brother Tedd, 12 Gevrey Chambertin, 16 Dell Arca, Un Ace, 20 bar, | BARYE (2.45) left David Simcock in November and on his second start for Richard Hughes produced a career best over today's trip at Lingfield.
Perhaps the most famous is Chambertin, covering just 33 acres and producing little more than 50,000 bottles a year.
Perhaps the most famous is Chambertin covering just 33 acres and producing little more than 50,000 bottles a year.