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a region of northeastern France famous for its wines

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Caption: Arlette Rohmer, founder and CEO of Jardins de Gaia, a premium tea purveyor in Alsace, France.
He likes to recommend the 2012 Paul Blanck & Fils, Rosenbourg from Alsace, France ($60 a bottle), as well as the 2012 Pewsey Vale riesling from Eden Valley, Australia ($44 a bottle).
An organic wellness destination spa resort, the Chateau itself is modeled on a medieval castle in Alsace, France.
Staying true to my sorority, at the Chateau du Haut-Koenigsbourg, a castle in Orschwiller, Alsace, France, I gave the triangle hand sign of Delta Sigma Theta for the benefit of my family of members stateside.
Pizzetti of Oxford was a sharpshooter serving with the 75th Infantry Division and came under heavy fire and met stubborn resistance during decisive campaigns in Alsace, France, and the Ardennes in Belgium.
com)-- When two French immigrant brothers, Francois de Sales and Michel Verdin came to the Cincinnati area from Alsace, France in 1837, they were determined to use their iron forging skills to build clocks in America.
The bodies were found near the town of Altkirch, in Alsace, France, near the Swiss border, during construction of a bypass.
The study was performed by the Etablissement Francais du Sang (EFS) of Alsace, France, which is the sole provider of blood components for the region's approximately two million inhabitants.
For the past 10 years, he was Artistic and General Director of the Atelier du Rhin in Alsace, France, where he established the organization as a major centre for theatre, opera and dance.
He lugged his mortar ashore at D-Day and was severely wounded in battle at Alsace, France.
Olivier Humbrecht of Domaine Zind Humbrecht in Alsace, France, focused on growing Riesling; Ulrich Fischer from the Research Institute in Neustadt and the DLR Research Station in Rheinpfalz, Germany, spoke on marketing; David Peterson from Swedish Hill Winery in New York covered winemaking, and Jim Willwerth of Brock University reviewed Riesling terroirs in Niagara that impact wine varietal character.
Staub, headquartered in Turckheim in Alsace, France, will remain an independent brand.
Gewurztraminer, Alsace, France, Sainsbury pounds 5.
in engineering science from the University of Haute Alsace, France, Dr.
While Falkner and Recchiuti are firmly rooted in the present, Hubert Keller, a native of Alsace, France, his looked to the old country for some of his best ideas.