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Wine Review: 2012 Gabriele Rausse Viognier

Viognier is a grape that most people have not came across. It has now become the state grape of Virginia. Gabriele Rausse, who I have mentioned on here before, is the modern founder of Virginia wine. 151 more words

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The Lynx Effect - Proven at Last

I mentioned the potential for serious desirability effects from the purchase of Lynx Legend body spray in a previous update…well…it seems it does indeed live up to the promise. 223 more words

New Zealand

How Louisa Rose to such great heights

HISTORY will record those who produced some of the world’s great vintages. And sadly, for some, will also enshrine those select few who bottled some of the world’s great failures. 640 more words

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2013 Cono Sur Bicicleta Viognier

For the price, it is nearly impossible to match the quality this Chilean white has to offer.  This wine comes fully loaded with grapefruit, orange, peach and further tropical fruit aromas and is joined by light notes of vanilla and honey.  53 more words

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Blended beauty

2011 VIN DE FRANCE SYRAH VIOGNIER, MAISON NICOLAS PERRIN

Unless you are drinking rosé or Champagne, it isn’t particularly common to find a wine that is a blend of red and white grapes. 215 more words

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Review: 59 New Street, Chelmsford

Having wanted to visit 59 New Street since it opened, I finally found an excuse to go last weekend: Mother’s Day! I took my Mum on Friday and it more than surpassed our expectations. 511 more words

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KESWICK VINEYARDS 2012 VIOGNIERS

“Meet Virginia”

Virginia Wine Country: Beautiful, Spacious, Untouched. Complex and yet simple, like the wines produced from its land. Meet Virginia.

“She doesn’t own a dress; her hair is always a mess, you catch her stealin’ she won’t confess…She’s Beautiful. 617 more words

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