Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Claret produced in the commune of Margaux, in the department of the Gironde in France. Its better grades closely resemble the Château Margaux. See château.
“The name Margaux was famous long before Ernest Hemingway's son Jack named his daughter after the wine he was drinking on the night she was conceived.”
“Example: 1983 was a very good vintage in the appellation of Margaux but nowhere else in Bordeaux that year.”
“A rich, ripe, plush, thoroughly modern Margaux, which is just starting to show its stuff.”
“The man, with his father, was in a room on another floor, and started calling Margaux names.”
“Ch teau Margaux gave its name to an entire appellation in the southern M doc region of Bordeaux, which has caused some confusion, and a fair amount of disappointment, since many of the wines entitled to the name Margaux aren't all that good.”
“The man and his father were in a room on another floor; they started calling Margaux names.”
“The FCC has just given their approval for Dell's E6510, also known as Margaux, where it will carry the product code PP30LA.”
“Bordeaux has a similar route — the D2 — a road that runs through the Left Bank commune of the M é doc, sweeping through some of the most famous appellations in the world, such as Margaux, Saint-Julien, Pauillac and Saint-Est è phe.”
“I found the former virtues in the Cabernet-based wines I tasted on the left bank, particularly in villages such as Margaux, Pauillac, St-Estephe and St-Julien.”
“* The Green Leopard Plague* by Walter Jon Williams Walter Jon Williams's last story for _Asimov's_ was "Margaux" (May 2003), an excerpt from his new novel _The Praxis_, which has just been released by Avon.”
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