Definition of chambré in English:

chambré

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Pronunciation: /ˈʃɒmbreɪ
 
, ˈʃɒ̃mbreɪ/

adjective

[predic.]
  • (Of red wine) at room temperature: the French believe that Cabernet tastes best chambré
    More example sentences
    • Is 18 minutes really sufficient to allow a bottle of wine to breathe and chambré?
    • Red wine from the cellar ain't going to be chambré.
    • Tasting advice: It is best drunk chambré, at 16-18° with simple or complex meals, and goes best with delicatessen, meat and cheese.

Origin

1950s: French, past participle of chambrer 'bring to room temperature', from chambre 'room' (see chamber).

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