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To a man accustomed to colonial wines, clarets and hocks seem thin and sour.
TOWN LIFE IN AUSTRALIAR. E. N. (RICHARD) TWOPENY
Yet often at restaurants he would order champagne, choice vintage clarets, and liqueurs—when occasion demanded.
The medium grade clarets and so-called Sauternes are made in California, in great quantities.
THE ART OF ENTERTAININGM. E. W. SHERWOOD
Sighs as he attains the clarets and fetches them to the counter.
The most popular wines are red and white clarets, the better qualities of which are excellent, but many other kinds are made.
ARGENTINAW. A. HIRST
A single bottle of wine was always served for us two, either of Rhine or one of the best clarets.
A SUMMER'S OUTINGCARTER H. HARRISON
His beer or his inexpensive native white wine he prefers to the most costly clarets or champagnes.
THREE MEN ON THE BUMMELJEROME K. JEROME
He loved good cheer and had an excellent taste in wines, fine clarets, etc.
JOHN FORSTERPERCY HETHRINGTON FITZGERALD
In the States we haven't got into the way yet of using dinner clarets.
THE AMERICAN SENATORANTHONY TROLLOPE

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