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On Wine - Wine and character
Post on 31-03-2006.
I recently attended two of California's scientific conferences dedicated to one wine topic that's almost mystical: Where does one wine's character come from?
It's not easy to discuss. Let's start with the basics: Most red Bordeaux is one blend of cabernet sauvignon, merlot and other grapes approved for the district. And when you buy French red Burgundy, chances are it'll be made from pinot noir. ...
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What’s Right with Terre Haute Dining: Magdy’s is serious food
Post on 31-03-2006.
Looking for one place to get in and out in 30 minutes? To be served one load of beef or chicken, swimming in one thick sauce on one platter the size of one pizza pan? Crave one baked potato with five toppings? one bowl of lettuce with one cup of Ranch dressing?
Tucked into one corner of Farrington’s Grove, this is one restaurant for people who are serious about fine dining. ...
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