Entre-Deux-Mers


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Entre-Deux-Mers

(French ɑ̃trədømɛr)
n
(Brewing) any wine produced in the area of the Gironde between the rivers Dordogne and Garonne in S France
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The nose has some bright exotic fruit notes showing a modern approach to this Entre-Deux-Mers.
Contract notice: Construction Of 65 Social Rental Housing Units And 61 Parking Spaces In Bordeaux - RSidence Entre-Deux-Mers.
La Perriere is a blend of sauvignon blanc and semillon from Entre-deux-Mers and has an aromatic nose of citrus, flirting with stone fruit; together with refreshing flavours of citrus and good acidity.
com) is an elegant sauvignon blanc and the negociants (partner wine-growers) in the Entre-Deux-Mers (between the Garonne and Dordogne rivers) bring all their expertise and best grapes together to produce this bright white.
Many come from Entre-Deux-Mers, which has clay and limestone.
First of all, this 2005 Bronze medal winning Chateau Fondarzac Entre-Deux-Mers White Bordeaux wine was from France and capped with a cork which is a real step up for this keyboard pounding wretch.
The next day onwards to the bucolic delights of the Entre-Deux-Mers in spring.
com, the zones hardest hit were in Entre-Deux-Mers where producers lost not only this year's crop but next year's as well.
Less a physical place than a series of moods, Puertolas's Bordeaux is symbolized by the famous writer-philosopher Montaigne, whose essays on solitude, friendship and the self seem to have inspired Puertolas's own reflections, and by the Entre-Deux-Mers wine region which, with its reference to the "in-between," is associated in the novel with transitory spaces and psychological states.
There are crisp white wines from Entre-Deux-Mers and rich whites from the Graves region.
The French don't label their bottles with grape varieties, so look for wines from Entre-Deux-Mers.
My elegant friend Virginia Constable Maxwell has homed in on Entre-Deux-Mers, the area that lies between the two great rivers, the Garonne and Dordogne.