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Claret is the British term for Bordeaux wine, which is generally a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc, along with a few other varietals. In the United States the blend is known as Meritage. If you cannot easily
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tasting bitter and puckery (tannins are also why strong black tea can taste astringent). So tannic reds—like cabernet or merlot —can react with the fish oil in seafood and make it taste bitter and even metallic. (The proteins in red meat soften the
meat as a main course, try a bright and tart cherry soup as an accompaniment. Red wine with fruity notes--such as shiraz, merlot , burgundy or cabernet sauvignon--give it body, while lemon juice, cloves and cinnamon add zing.
Thompson Walker. rules of civility The Bartender Almost every book group is happy enough with a big bottle of kinda-fine Merlot . But some book discussions scream for cocktails, really glamorous ones with lemony bits and infused vodkas and lots of non
myself now as fine wine." For perfectionists, that concept—that we can criticize errors and accept that, like a good merlot , we're gotten better as we've aged, and even become pretty darn good—can be hard to swallow. "Good, yes," we
oenophiles alike, international labels are a pleasure of partaking. Paradoxically, the same fossil fuels that transport Merlots from Europe are changing the grape harvests there. Just as weather and location add texture and nuance to a wine, subtle
across the U.S. (Visit GoBYO or call the restaurant beforehand to find out if it will let you tote your own chardonnay or merlot .) Most corkage fees are $10 to $20 per bottle, which can save you serious dough if you compare that to the markup—typically