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: Categorized: Wine Drink Grape Varietal Descriptions Show Comments ▼ WINE OF THE WEEK | GAYOT.com GAYOT’s Wine of the Week is a Pinot Noir that expresses the unique terroir of the Ahr Valley in Germany. Read the review. COCKTAIL RECIPES FOR HALLOWEEN | GAYOT.com Enjoy these hauntingly good cocktail recipes that are ideal for spooky season. Get the recipes. ODD BREWS TO TRY | GAYOT.com GAYOT’s Top Weird Beers explore strange but delightful brews made with wacky add-ins. See the list. PIZZA PERFECTION | GAYOT.com At Faith & Flower in Downtown LA, chef Michael Hung makes pizza with the perfect crust. Watch GAYOT’s exclusive video.