Chambourcin Grape Varietal Definition By Gayot Editors A French hybrid that is native to the East Coast, Chambourcin is usually fashioned in a claret or Bordeaux style as a dry red wine. It is also used to make Rosé. Share Facebook Share on Facebook Twitter Share on Twitter Linkedin Share on LinkedIn Flipboard Share on Flipboard Reddit Share on Reddit Email Share via Email Categorized: Wine Drink Grape Varietal Descriptions OYSTERS & WINE | GAYOT.com Learn about which wines pair best with oysters. Read the article. SEAFOOD WINE PAIRINGS | GAYOT.com Get help with planning which wines to complement your next seafood dish. Read the article. MOCKTAIL RECIPES | GAYOT.com Celebrate the spring season with these non-alcoholic cocktails you can drink all day. Get the recipes. BEST COOKBOOKS BY CHEFS | GAYOT.com Level up your kitchen skills with these cookbooks by famous chefs. See the list.