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bodega

a shop selling wine and sometimes groceries, esp in a Spanish-speaking country
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The first red wine served was a Tempranillo/Graciano blend; Bodegas Roda Sela 2013, had jammy, lush fruit flavors and a velvety mouth feel that mirrored the richness of the foie gras dumplings floating in our beef consomme.
Eventually, centralized shopping locations won't be necessary, because there will be 100,000 Bodegas spread out, with one always 100 feet away from you.
The situation became so bad at one point that over half of the Fundador products in the Philippines-the single largest export market of Bodegas Fundador-were fake.
While some stores--bodegas, botanicas, or any other business in a neighborhood--could be fronts for drug sales, to assert bodegas are de facto associated often with drugs seems racist stereotyping.
The group owns seven bodegas and produces olive oil and a nonalcoholic wine which is "first of it's class in the world," Moro said.
Royal has long specialized in supermarkets, and someone forgot to advise its underwriters that bodegas are not Pathmarks.
The New York City Health Department launched a Healthy Bodegas Initiative in 2006, aimed at boosting the availability of and demand for healthy food in New York neighborhoods with the highest rates of poverty and chronic disease.
Las bodegas de estos conjuntos edilicios son los edificios destinados para elaborar vino; son considerados los cuerpos productivos en donde se desarrolla la actividad vitivinicola.
En la Figura 2 se muestra el diagrama causal que representa la dinamica general de las bodegas y su influencia en los indicadores financieros y de servicios.
El enoturismo amalgama el vino, la comida y el turismo (Hjalager & Corigliano, 2000) para conformar una atractiva combinacion, y estar a disposicion de las personas que visitan areas rurales donde hay ubicadas muchas bodegas (Alonso et al.
20 February 2012 - Spanish wine maker Bodegas Chivite has offered its Vina Salceda business for sale, after failing to find a buyer for all of its wineries, Spanish daily Cinco Dias reported on Monday, citing sector sources.