Merlot


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black wine grape originally from the region of Bordeaux

dry red wine made from a grape grown widely in Bordeaux and California

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95) Clos Pegase Mitsuko's Vineyard Merlot 2013 (California).
93) Chelsea Goldschmidt Merlot 2013 (Alexander Valley, CA).
90) Weingut Dexheimer, Biebelnheimer Rosenberg, Merlot Spatlese, Late Harvest 2012 (Germany).
It is anticipated that the combined efforts will extend reach, improve quality, and result in increased efficiencies for both OLC and MERLOT.
But good merlot doesn't have to cost the earth and New World countries like Chile are pumping out many fine merlots at relatively modest prices.
And just to prove that merlot doesn't necessarily mean soft hearted, the rich and racy ERRAZURIZ MAX RESERVA MERLOT 2008 (pounds 10.
Australia loves merlot and most of the production is blended with cabernet sauvignon to give it ample softness, but it also produces big fruit flavours in delicious young wines such as Zilzie Selection 23 Merlot 2010, Victoria, Australia (pounds 8.
This unique relationship will result in Sify and MERLOT working together to achieve their common goals with regard to raising the standard of online education, training and learning tools and applications: to effectively and efficiently serve their constituents by providing joint community activities and promoting the sharing of tools and resources; to enable the higher online education community to take advantage of high quality online resources and services through the collaborative efforts of Sify and MERLOT; and to provide opportunities for greater collaboration between the members of each other's constituents, thereby adding value to them.
Since its inception in 1997, MERLOT has enabled the formation of discipline communities engaged in building shared knowledge bases of reusable digital learning materials.
Merlot, on the other hand is easy drinking rubbish for the masses.
The MERLOT community has established and maintained a virtual collection of educational resources at its web site.
MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching) is a Web-based repository that holds links to learning objects that have been developed by faculty for use in their disciplines.
At its center, MERLOT is a collection of metadata documenting digital resources available for adoption and shared use.
Fans of the film Sideways, currently showing, may be amused to learn it appears to have hit sales of Merlot wine.
MERLOT is an online community of faculty with technology-enriched teaching as a shared goal.