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au passage d'une petite erreur de prononciation.
205) (204) Dov Fox (206) -- Protected because de- fendant
has a right to silence--to control his thoughts.
Chateau Musar remains inextricably linked to the Lebanese pound and Fendant
still leaves the winery with a Swiss franc price tag, but the euro area now accounts for more than half the world's production.
So while I thoroughly enjoyed my Fendant
du Valais, I'm afraid that it was with a belt-tightening French table wine that we toasted the end of our hols once back home.
It says that only Vacherin and Gruyere cheeses mixed with Fendant
wine and a dash of kirsch (cherry) schnapps make for the true fondue.
JOYCE'S favourite tipple - Fendant
de Sion - is on sale for the first time in Ireland to mark the centenary of Bloomsday.
But such a variety of languages means they often end up having three names for everything: so Fendant
(The French Chasselas grape)becomes known variously as Gutedal,Perlan or Dorin.
2) In addition, the ICTR is seen as having caved in to the government of Rwanda in the case of one de fendant
who was dismissed on a technicality.
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Among the best are Robert Gilliard's Fendant
du Valais ($11) and the same winery's Bes Murettes, Fendant
de Sion ($15).
White varieties also grown in Vaud and Geneva have different names in Valais--Pinot Gris is called Malvoisie, and Chasselas is known as Fendant
Best drink: Try a well-chilled Fendant
- a lightly-petillant Swiss white wine.