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redcurrant

1. a N temperate shrub, Ribes rubrum, having greenish flowers and small edible rounded red berries: family Grossulariaceae
2. 
a. the fruit of this shrub
b. (as modifier): redcurrant jelly
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Drain off the excess fat from the pan, pour in the red wine vinegar, reduce almost entirely before adding the orange juice, red currant jelly and a light sprinkle of cracked black peppercorns.
Delgadillo Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2006 ($85): Complex aromas with an elegant touch: red ripe fruit, "soft and heavy" with black pepper, chocolate, red currant and great balance.
Region: Napa Valley, Stags Leap District Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon Price: $155 Aromas: Chocolate, red currant, brie cheese Flavors: Toasted coffee, rosemary, cherries Impression: Silky and Round Structure: Big, great structure and firm tannins Drink with: Big juicy steak Why I loved this wine?
Toss them in a mixture - it sounds bizarre but tastes great - of prepared mustard and red currant jelly heated with some chopped onions.
Deep ruby red with some herbal and animal notes, red currant, spice and blueberry notes.
Flavors: Red currant, chocolate cherries, green peppers
It was superb: warm, big and fruity with toasted scents, chocolate and black cherries evolving to ever more complex vanilla, tobacco and red currant notes.
Brush each berry with a glistening coat of melted red currant jelly.
Deep in fruit with complex spice and floral notes, this wine then gives way to succulent chocolate, dark cherry and red currant accents, layered, with firm tanins and an evolved personality.
Grilled elk loin with red currant sauce ($29) and broiled Australian lobster (10 to 12 ounces, $32) served with fresh herbs and clarified butter are being served.
The wine was just superb; with a consistent caramel, red currant and pepper notes and magnificent structure and finesse.

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