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Cru

(astronomy)
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Only the top one to two percent of the world's coffee supply meets the rigorous quality standards to become Nespresso Grands Crus.
The KMF Grand Cru Tasting Tour will visit 12 cities from August through November, with the brew available on tap in select locations throughout each city.
Glenn Cooney Head of Operations, CRU Indices Email: glenn.
More lean and lithe, Simonnet-Febvre Chablis Premier Cru Vaillons 2011, France (left, PS22.
According to Laroche, Les Blanchots' style always oers white blossom and orchard fruit, both on the nose and the palate, with a salty nish that's typical of this high class grand cru and part of its allure.
CRU Group was established in 1969, and has since become the leading business for independent market analysis and management consultancy across three areas of the global commodity industry: metals, mining and fertilizers.
In simple terms, when you open a bottle of a good Cru Bourgeois, you get to enjoy a wine that's very similar to a wine that you're seldom if ever likely to afford.
The CRU isn't the only institution that analyses and builds historical climate models.
Indeed, the fact that DUBAL is hosting CRU 2009 in Dubai is proof that the national economy remains strong.
CRU was established in the School of Environmental Sciences at UEA in 1972.
Cru founder Paul Martin, 28, from Heaton, said: "It was a really close battle but the Soul Mavericks are our biggest rivals and they beat us.
The mussels (flavored with grapefruit and fennel) paired favorably with a barrel sample of Leven's Cru 2005 chardonnay ($17.