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 twitter linkedin Categorized: Wine Drink Grape Varietal Descriptions Show Comments ▼ WINE OF THE WEEK | GAYOT.com GAYOT’s Wine & Spirits Editor Dirk Smits offers tasting notes for the highly anticipated 2021 Beaujolais Nouveau, which is released each year on the third Thursday in November. Read the review. PUMPKIN RECIPES FOR THANKSGIVING | GAYOT.com Try these pumpkin recipes and butternut squash recipes from celebrity chefs. Read GAYOT’s article. THANKSGIVING WINES | GAYOT.com Find suggestions for wines to pair with your Thanksgiving dinner. Read GAYOT’s list. BICYCLETTE BISTRO | GAYOT.com At Bicyclette Bistro in Los Angeles, chef Walter and pastry chef Margarita Manzke present their love for French cuisine and Paris. Read GAYOT’s review.