[ US /ʃæˈtoʊ/ ]
  1. an impressive country house (or castle) in France
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How To Use chateau In A Sentence

  • True to form, the finished 2003 wines delivered record-breaking levels of tannin, sugar and alcohol; many châteaux have made clarets weighing in at 15 per cent-plus alcohol, as in Australia and California.
  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Now, we're going to taste the chateau musar (ph) '95. CNN Transcript Mar 1, 2003
  • One of these, Chåteau Rauzan-Ségla, a grand cru classé winery in the Margaux region, is celebrating its 350thanniversaryby releasing its 2009 Bordeaux with a label designed and signed by Karl Lagerfeld himself. Mary Orlin: Tasting Notes on Wine and Style
  • The best of the chateaux make outstanding wines that improve with age, in taste and often in value.
  • When he came to what I called my chateau, from nowhere, going nowhere, I hardly knew whether to call him young or old. Back to God's Country and Other Stories
  • Life in the French chateaux continued more or less unchanged by the French Revolution, during which only about twelve hundred members of the nobility were guillotined, leaving the vast majority lying low but alive.
  • Oh, to be a fly on the wall of that French château! The Sun
  • Went down stairs for dinner around 9pm where we were waited upon by a Chateau waiter who was fully obsessive compulsive and actually came by to "straighten" my silver wear at one point and bullied us into all ordering the same beverage. The Daily Truffle: Nicole Richie and LA's Young Hot Finest Pack the Penthouse, AKA Room 64
  • Belle acknowledged them briefly as she entered the chateau. WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM
  • This chateau makes wine for Old World claret drinkers rather than for the powerful New World wine critic, Robert Parker.
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