The name first given in England to the red wines of Médoc, in France, and afterwards extended to all the red Bordeaux wines. The name is also given to similar wines made in the United States.
also known as Bordeaux
Fruity, light red wine whose fermentation process includes very slight maceration of the grape skins. Drink young. In Britain, "claret" is also used to mean red wines from Bordeaux.
An English name for dry red Bordeaux or Bordeaux-like wine.
(CLARE-it) - Old synonym, particularly British, for red Bordeaux.
What the red wines similar to those of Bordeaux in France were commonly called until recent years whereby mimicking French wines has been outlawed.
a dark purplish red
Doesn't mean much these days, just any cheaper red cask wine.
A term referring to a full-bodied red table wine made from any of the following grape varieties: Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Gamay, Grignolino, Petit Sirah, Pinot Noir, or Zinfandel. Das fängt ja gut an!(German) This is a great way to start something
Fruity, light red wine whose fermentation process includes very slight maceration of the grape skins, best to drink young.
Not sure why, but the English refer to Bordeaux wine as Claret. Some other red wines are labeled as “claret” for marketing purposes, but the name really doesn't signify anything.
A light red wine from Bordeaux, France.
The traditional English term for red Bordeaux wine. Generically it refers to a full bodied dry red wine.
English term for a red Bordeaux wine, also used generically (and incorrectly) by some to mean simply any red wine.
British name for Bordeaux wine. Is also a semi-generic term for a red wine in similar style to that of Bordeaux.
(clare-eht) A term without legal meaning. In some parts of the world in refers to a light red wine. In England, where the term is most widely used, it means a red wine of the Bordeaux, France region.
term used particularly by the English to describe wines from Bordeaux in France or wines made in this style.
Claret wines are red wines from Bordeaux.
the English term for French red wine from Bordeaux
Common English name for the red wines of Bordeaux.
A light and fruity red wine produced in the region of Bordeaux.
non-alcoholic wine, diluted grape juice or cherry cider syrup.
Fruity, light red wine whose fermentation process includes very slight maceration of the grape skins. Drink young. It is also a British term for red Bordeaux wines.
Claret is a name used in English for red wine from the Bordeaux region of France, along the valleys of the rivers Gironde, Garonne and Dordogne, including Medoc, Graves and St Emilion. Claret wines are sometimes divided into Left and Right bank Clarets- Left bank clarets include the Medoc, Graves and Pessac-LÃ©ognan, whilst Right bank clarets include the St Emilion and the Pomerol.