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oeillade

(ɜːˈjɑːd; French œjad)
n
literary an amorous or suggestive glance; ogle
[C16: from French, from oeil eye, from Latin oculus + -ade as in fusillade]
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The Pinotage wine variety comes from Stellenbosch, a crossing of the Pinot Noir and the Cinsaut, created in 1924.
Mourvedre, Cinsaut and Primitivo all commanded more than $1,000 per ton.
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The classic French grapes are also apparent; grenache is prominent in several Corsican red wines while syrah, mourvedre, cinsaut and carignan are also used.
I've been bowled over by KWV Cinsaut (PS7.99, 13.5% abv) which I sampled at a wine tasting with the Co-op team.
ch Ka I've been bowled over by KWV Cinsaut (PS7.99, 13.5% abv) which I sampled at a wine tasting with the Co-op team.
The studied vines are native; it is about the cinsaut, grenache and carignan.
We sampled this appropriately smoky blend of pinotage (a cross between pinot noir and cinsaut that is South Africa's signature grape) and shiraz with a rack of ribs from Champions BBQ in St.
Pinotage (pee-noh-TAHJ) South African red grape variety, a cross between Pinot Noir and Cinsaut (then known locally as Hermitage), bred by professor Abraham Perold in 1924.
Dating back 5,000 years, Lebanon is among the oldest sites of wine production in the world.  The Phoenicians along the coast were instrumental in spreading viticulture techniques throughout the Mediterranean, making and trading wines long before the Greeks and Romans.  The majority of the vines today are grown 1,200 meters above sea level in Baalbeck, the ancient Greek city in the Bekaa Valley.  French influence on the country is evident in today's varietals: Cinsaut, Carignan, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Mourvedre, Grenache, and Syrah.
California: Bonny Doon Le Cigare Volant, a spicy, juicy blend of Syrah, Grenache, Cinsaut, Mourvedre, and Carignane.
Pinotage is a curious cross of Pinot Noir and Cinsaut that's peculiar to South Africa.