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tastevin

(tastvɛ̃ )
n
small shallow cup for wine tasting
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Hersh, donned in customary Madeira Confraria attire - a wine-colored cape, a black velvet hat with ostrich feathers, and tastevin ("tambuladeira") a traditional wine tasting cup hanging from a ribbon.
He was a former member of the Central Massachusetts Chapter of the International Wine and Food Society and a past member of the Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin. In retirement, Michael volunteered as a Eucharistic Minister for UMass Memorial Health Care Hospital.
Cesare De Michelis reports that Marinetti used this ideogram-signature in a dedication to Genrikh Tasteven (Henri Tastevin), who, that same year, translated several Italian Futurist manifestos in Russian.
Born and brought up in the UK, McHale also has US and Canadian citizenship and has been a member of the Chaine des Rotisseurs, an officer of Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin and a board member of the New Orleans Tourism and Marketing Association.
Some of Burgundy's best vintages can be sampled at the Grand Cru vineyard of Chambertin-Clos de Bze in the northern part of the Cte de Nuits in Burgundy, Clos de Vougeot, the headquarters of the esteemed Chevaliers du Tastevin and the Chteau-Hotel Andr Ziltener.
Decorated with colorful Caribbean charm, Le Tastevin (Letastevin-Restaurant.com), located in Grand Case, is a beautiful, open-air contemporary French-Caribbean dining option with cuisine by owners Christine and Jose Manrique.
Tambien se han mencionado para el genero otros nombres tupi-guarani como "mira tinga" (Tastevin, 1923); "urukura" (Bertoni, 1940), este ultimo se puede traducir como "similar al urucu", haciendo referencia a la semejanza de sus frutos con los de Bixa orellana L.
I don't know what TASTEVIN has done to deserve a handicap mark of 100 in the 2.00 - at least he gets all the allowance as a four-year-old over fences.
While at the Imperial Geoffrey continued to better himself academically by studying at The University of Surrey on its management development programmes, gaining the BACD Certificate in Business Tourism which led to him being elected a Chevalier du Tastevin de Bourgogne in 1990.
In 2005 he became a Chevalier du Tastevin in France, in recognition of his services to the wine industry, and three years ago was appointed as a member of the steering committee for HRH Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales' Rainforest and Deforestation Project, under the Prince's Trust in the UK.