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Referred to as a 'gastronomic' style, the fresh, floral nose, powerfully fruity palate with traces of almonds, and the creamy, biscuity notes that unfold on the finish, elevate it above the ordinary.
99) It's well worth making the step up to this fabulous vintage at Christmas for some excellent maturity on the nose and enhanced biscuity goodness on the palate which is creamy but precise.
It's not as strongly biscuity as the Nyetimber but is beautifully balanced and elegant.
Try Sainsbury's award-winning Winemakers' Selection Blanc de Noirs Brut NV (PS20, Sainsbury's) an elegant blend of pinot noir and pinot meunier and is characterised by its fine bubble mousse and subtle biscuity flavour.
Answers on page 52 The List Horses with names of a biscuity nature Custard Cream Kid A regular on the all-weather circuit for Richard Fahey since winning on his first outing on sand at Kempton in December 2010 Garibaldi Twice a winner on the Flat in a career that spanned January 2005 to September 2008 Gingernut Three-year-old trained by John Gosden.
The Champagne is a soft and elegant champagne with a biscuity aroma and generous rounded fruit flavours.
Copper-coloured Light Headed (4%), featuring Nash Point lighthouse on the label, gives gentle waves of biscuity malt and wheat combined with refreshing fruity flavours.
Its biscuity, dried-fruit character and lime and strawberry fruitiness make it a seasonal showstopper.
In fact, if I were to take up a pencil and draw my bowl of Weetabix I would probably end up omitting the biscuity bit altogether.
Widely available, this is the best price, biscuity.
Along with the apple fruit flavor, there's some other distinctive flavor to this - biscuity, almost," he said, describing the extra flavor as something like toasted bread.
It's very clean, lemony and crisp, with good acidity and structure, with a lingering biscuity finish.
95: from the Loire Valley in France, crisp with a slight biscuity bouquet; outstanding value for the price.
Referred to as a 'gastronomic' style, the floral nose, powerfully palate with traces of almonds, and the biscuity notes that on the finish, elevate above the ordinary.
50 from PS18 until January 1 A new fizz that's flowing with positive expectations, own-label supermarket champagnes shouldn't be sniffed at - and these fine bubbles more than deliver with their toasty, biscuity nose, ripe, rounded fruit and energetic finish.