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Synonyms for Sauterne

semisweet golden-colored table or dessert wine from around Bordeaux in France


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Vinos Jerez, Sauternes, Rhin, burdeos blancos Chateau d'Yquem, Chateau Marcaux, Chateau Lafite, Chateau Gavier (vino nacional blanco y tinto), Haut Bourcoche, Oporto, Champan Cristal, Id.
Foie gras with Yorkshire rhubarb, pain d'epice and sauternes, wild berry cocktail and chocolate dessert
19 March 2012 -- The board of directors at Swiss private banking group Julius Baer (VTX:BAER) named Daniel Sauterne as non-executive chairman after Raymond Baer decided to step down from the post of chairman, Reuters reported on Monday.
As Wednesday's card was cancelled last year, I tried to make up for the disappointment via a superior helicopter sporting a cabin bigger than my box, a luncheon of wondrous quality: handsomely potted shrimps, white asparagus, glazed slow-cooked mutton with finest caper sauce, Lincoln Poacher cheddar, raspberry pavlova, all accompanied by wines from Rheims in France, Marlborough in New Zealand, Valpolicella in Italy, Sauterne, France again, and a pear distillery in Holland.
Head chef Peter Woods was in top form - his starter of pressed chicken and leek terrine with sauterne jelly, pickled cauliflower and walnut dressing was sublime, with a mixture of textures and flavours to tickle the palate.
Australia may only use the names Chablis, Champagne, Graves, Manzanilla, Marsala, Moselle, Port, Sauterne, Sherry, White Burgundy, Amontillado, Auslese, Claret, Fino, Oloroso and Spatlese for 12 months after the Agreement came into force on September 1st 2010.
Amanda, the other Jewish cheftestant, announces that she is going to prepare her crabs with Sauterne.
So, it is with some foreboding that I have agreed to Martin's decision that we try to get Winddcheley Sauterne, a former student of our son-in-law, out of Haiti and here to our house in Colorado Springs, Colo.
com 2 Capel's Floral Silhouette, with a low-cut, hand-knotted wool ground and high-cut viscose, here in onyx, is also available in sauterne, robin's egg and champagne.
course quote The wines were just as impressive: starting with magnums of vintage champagne, then progressively heavier with white and red burgundies, clarets and a sauterne to help the desserts along, a 1986 Chateau d'Yquem.
Sample Menu: Entree: Stuffed quail with pistachio & apricot Hand-dived seared scallops, carrot & pea puree with butter foam Rabbit & foie gras terrine with sauterne jelly Intermediate Chilli & butternut squash soup Main Course Pan seared venison with fondant potato, victorian cabbage and red currant jus Grilled halibut with lobster tail bisque Fillet of beef, wild mushroom pithivie with sauted spinach & pomme dauphinoise Desserts Sticky toffee pudding with ice cream Chocolate ganache & raspberry tart with lemon possette Scottish cheeses with Arran oaties Tea & coffee/homemade whisky tablet
Las Bodegas del Rosario contaban entre sus productos los siguientes tipos: vino blanco seco, jerez, sauterne, el ajerezado ligeramente dulzaino, el tinto seco, tinto carlon, tinto dulzaino, tinto malaga y vino madeira (Lopez Portillo, 1994).
a Golan Late Harvest Gewurztraminer successfully masquerading as a Sauterne.
included reference to the 'choicest collection of rare old Wines ever offered in Melbourne, Including Fine old port, sherry, madeira, malmsey, claret, sauterne, bucellas, &c.
The range now includes Glenmorangie Lasanta, finished in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks; Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban, matured in port pipes; and Glenmorangie Nectar D'Or, matured in French sauterne wine barriques.