Claverie is a white French wine grape variety that was once widely planted in the Landes region by Dutch traders who prized the varieties ability to produce wines with high alcohol levels. Today the variety exist in small isolated plantings in Southwest France and is nearing extinction.


Also called: Bouguieu, Chalosse Blanche, Chaloussenc, Clabarien, Clabérieu, Clabéria, Claverie Blanc and Claverie Vert