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At Lower48, the dry furmint from Hungary is the top-selling wine by the glass, says Nocifera, who adds that the Slovenian malvasia is a personal favorite.
12/) On the Carracci's disregard for their drawings, see Malvasia in Summerscale, op.
Las lagunas de Campotejar sustentan de manera regular mas del 1% de las poblaciones del Mediterraneo occidental de Malvasia cabeciblanca (Oxyura leucocephala) (tabla 4).
Malvasia writes in his Felsina Pittrice that as early as 1612, the Bolognese priest Don Antonio Mirandola tried to bring Guercino's talent to the attention of the public of Bologna.
Malvasia claims that it was he who spotted Elisabetta's potential, encouraged her despite her father's initial objections to her career, gave her constant support and wise counsel, and spread the word about her talent.
Last comes the creme de la creme of them all, MALMSEY The name is a corruption by British sailors of the moniker for the Malvasia grape.
Using a six-sensor array, the team has developed a method that not only can tell the difference between a Chardonnay and a Malvasia, but can even identify the vintage.
It is a 50-50 blend of sauvignon blanc and Malvasia grapes and is best served over ice with a slice of lime.
His other big-race winners were Princelone (1964 Queen Anne Stakes), Arctic Kanda (1964 Tennent Trophy), Pytchley Princess (1967 Princess Elizabeth Stakes), Mountain Call (1968 Palace House Stakes), Quartette (1968 Vaux Gold Tankard, 1969 Yorkshire Cup) and Malvasia (1969 Chesham Stakes).
This blend of two varietals from Puglia, Italy (Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera) is very rustic and has these great notes of dried cherry and wood.
Spagnolo's discussion begins with the two letters, published by Carlo Cesare Malvasia in his Felsina Pittrice (1678), which Annibale Carracci addressed to his cousin Ludovico Carracci from Parma in 1580, the authenticity of which has been disputed.
Jermann makes six white wines, the topliners being Vintage Tunina, a blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Malvasia and Picolit, and Were Dreams, now it is just wine
99 [pounds sterling], the Orvieto is made from grapes sourced from the hills in Italy's Classico zone and is a blend of traditional local varietals, including Trebbiano Toscana, Verdello, Drupeggi, Grechetto and Malvasia Toscana.
Varietals planted at Pope Creek include chardonnay, viognier, malvasia bianca, and french columbard.
We ended with a macedonia di frutta, having also consumed not quite a liter of local white wine, sweetish but far less sweet than the malvasia that our host, Renato Galletta, now offered us.