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Margaux

/French marɡo/
noun
1.
a red wine produced in the region around the village of Margaux near Bordeaux
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  • There's a crash, and margaux and Clicquot trickle over the stones of the mine.

    Miss Dividends Archibald Clavering Gunter
  • The big bedroom had been made ready, and the parson looked at his '99 port and his '16 margaux.

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

    The Romance of a Poor Young Man Pierrepont Edwards
  • "What a nice 'chateau,' 'margaux' must be," said he, as he laid down his glass.

  • 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.

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