appley

appley

(ˈæplɪ)
adj
resembling or tasting like an apple: an excellent, appley wine.
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The more energetically-inclined should try out the canoe lake or take a brisk walk along to Appley, my pick of the bunch with its wide beach of rippling sand at low tide.
Light and appley, it's probably best hidden in a Buck's Fizz.
Sorry, take that back - Sicily turns that theory on its head with this 14 degrees alcohol wonder that's an ultra fresh, super clean appley chardonnay with taste bud-reviving acidity and a delicate creme brulee background.
Right now," says Hotel Astor's Drew Peterson, "I'm putting on whites from the Loire-- crispy, appley chenins in particular.
He came from Sussex with owner-trainer Mike Roberts and his box-companion, Appley Dapply, who had earlier made a winning racecourse debut at the age of 11 in the novice riders' race.
He referred the case to the Wrightington Hospital in Appley Bridge, Wigan, known internationally for its work in orthopaedics and rheumatology.
The best of these are fresh wines with lots of appley flavor and, sometimes, a hint of ginger or cinnamon.
It has a classy taste to it, appley without being overloaded with citrus flavours and not at all harsh.
If you're after a refreshing, slightly spritzy wine to start a party, Quinta de Azevedo Single Vineyard Vinho Verde 2009 (Waitrose) is a fine, appley example of this underrated, loweralcohol white Portuguese.
Les Champs de Romont is at first fresh, floral and appley, with a minerally edge, transforming on the palate to plums and hints of chocolate.
He's been in the business for 17 years now, having started when he was just 12 helping out in the kitchens of the hotel his father ran at the time, the Old Station House, in Appley Bridge, near Wigan.
The body builder, aged 45, of Vienna Court, Redcar, and previously of Appley Close, Eaglescliffe, denied causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Mr Collins and actual bodily harm to Andrea Doneathy.