The most popular wine bottle in the world. As the name suggests, the Bordeaux bottle (also known as a Claret bottle) originates from the Bordeaux region of France. Easily identified by its wide shoulders and straight body, this bottle style comes in a variety of colors and is suitable for a myriad of wine styles. Brown and dark green are commonly used for reds to protect them from light during long storage periods, while light green and flint are most often used only for white wines that will be consumed much sooner after bottling.
Compared to our standard Bordeaux bottles, these bottles are a bit heavier with a slightly tapered shape.
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