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Making an Apéritif: Vya Extra Dry & Sweet Vermouth – 9.0 -James Melendez

May the Apéritif making begin. A great way to start your meal with these two wonderful Vermouth wines. Both made from Orange Muscat and Columbard. Vermount comes from the German “Wermut” meaning wormwood. In this Apéritif – I utilised both … Continue reading

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Y Rousseau Old Vine Colombard Russian River Valley – 2009 – 8.7 – James Melendez

Dry: Yellow citrus, candied pear and scent from early Spring herb garden. *** A plethora of wine reviews from wines regions around the world. Read more of my wine reviews: © 2010 James Meléndez / Jaime Patricio Meléndez – All … Continue reading

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