"I would like to know how your service works." That quote is from an e-mail we received this week. We get questions like that from time to time… and if you've been wondering the same thing, here's the answer:
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Muscat and Muscadine grape relationship?
We recently had a person from Peru and Europe tasting wines, one of which was a Carlos (muscadine) wine. She was very excited when she tasted the Carlos wine and said that it smelled and tasted like wine which is popular in Peru (from a grape we call "Isabella" in the US) and also like the Moscato wine she had had in Italy (from the Moscato grape.) Is there a genetic relationship between these three grape varieties?
The name comes from the French fondre ("to melt").The choice of cheese depends on exactly this property, and given that there are thousands of varieties between France, Switzerland and Italy we can guess that the ancients chose Gruyère and Emmental for the classic recipe for a good reason, although there are recipes that use other semi hard cheese like Cheddar, Gouda, or Vacherin to give variety.Melting cheese intensifies the aroma and gives it that irresistible gooey quality. Other cl
Teh Pyrenees Orientales are ranked 9th among all of France's winemaking departments in wine production volume, but that relatively high ranking only comprises about 2 percent of the country's total wine output. They do, however, produce 90 percent of France's AOC certified Vins Doux Naturels sweet wines.
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