Margaux


Margaux

Margaux noun

  1. a red wine produced in the region around the village of Margaux near Bordeaux

Examples from the Web for margaux Historical Examples of margaux

  • “What a nice ‘chateau,’ ‘Margaux’ must be,” said he, as he laid down his glass.

    Handy Andy, Volume 2 (of 2)

    Samuel Lover

  • There’s a crash, and Margaux and Clicquot trickle over the stones of the mine.

    Miss Dividends

    Archibald Clavering Gunter

  • A few paces clears us of the little hamlet of Margaux, with its constant rattle of busy coopers, and we are fairly in the country.

    Claret and Olives, from the Garonne to the Rhone

    Angus B. Reach

  • Send for his coupe, I suppose, or drink Chateau margaux—terrible hardships, truly.

    The Romance of a Poor Young Man

    Pierrepont Edwards

  • The big bedroom had been made ready, and the parson looked at his ’99 port and his ’16 Margaux.

    Lady Anna

    Anthony Trollope

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