About Chambourcin Red Wine

About Chambourcin Red Wine
Chambourcin is a red French hybrid grape that was developed in the early 1960s. It is planted in several states in the eastern US; the top examples come from New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York; there are also examples made in Australia, where it sometimes is blended with Shiraz.

Top Picks for Chambourcin

Working Dog Winery 2019 Estate Chambourcin
90 points
A bright, oaky, juicy Chambourcin with a smoky edge.
White Horse Winery 2019 Estate Chambourcin
88 points
A mature, richly layered Amarone-like Chambourcin to sip and evolve with throughout the evening.
White Horse Winery 2018 Estate Chambourcin
88 points
A red that is bright and light-on-its-feet with dark fruit and savory notes; a great food wine.
Salem Oak Vineyards NV Christopher Andrew Chambourcin
88 points
A concentrated and well-structured Chambourcin that will fit right in at the table; smoky and Pinotage-like.
William Heritage 2020 Estate Reserve Burn Pile Vineyard Chambourcin
87 points
A very fruit-forward Chambourcin with dense red and black berries; would pair well with braised meats or a fruit and chocolate dessert platter.
Stone Hill Winery 2020  Chambourcin
86 points
A bold purple Chambourcin with black fruit and floral characteristics.