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amontillado

(əmŏn'tĭlä`dō), dry sherrysherry
[from Jérez], naturally dry fortified wine, pale amber to brown in tint. The term sherry originally referred to wines made from grapes grown in the region of Jérez de la Frontera, Andalusia, Spain; today it may refer to any of the fortified wines from
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 noted for its delicate bouquet, resembling the wine of Montilla, Spain, from which it derives its name. A blend of pale, dry sherries of the palma type, it assumes in aging a darker color.
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Jonathan Melikidse, Writer and Producer, Oahu: Jonathan will present his latest script at AFM a feature-length adaptation of Amontillado by Edgar Allen Poe, drawing from Jonathans knowledge of wines and love of thrillers.
The albondigas were dashed with wine, smoked paprika and garlic; the woodiness of the paprika together with the heart and soul flavours of the very old amontillado is brilliant.
The three main ranges of Harveys Sherries-Classic range: Harveys Bristol Cream and Harveys Medium Dry; Premium Range: Harveys Fino, Harveys Amontillado, Harveys Palo Cortado, Harveys Oloroso and Harveys Pedro Ximenez; and Super Premium Range: Harveys VORS Sherries, won 13 gold medals, 10 silver medals and four bronze medals.
MORE complex in style, Barbadillo Principe Amontillado, Spain (PS27.99, 75cl, tauruswines.co.uk) starts life as a manzanilla and then spends another six years maturing into an amontillado that's as tempting as a fine red wine.
I don't intend to offer a monist solution to the puzzles and challenges of "The Cask of Amontillado," but to complicate them.
To conclude, a number of elements of the Gothic of the Normal are to be found in Poe's 'The Cask of Amontillado'.
In particular, Australian producers will not be able to continue the use of important EU names, such as champagne', port', sherry' and other geographical indications, along with some traditional expressions, such as, Amontillado', Claret' and Auslese' from 1 September 2011 onwards, ie one year after the entry into force of the agreement.
Despues de la fermentacion del vino joven, el productor puede decidir--a juzgar por su apariencia, aroma y sabor--si habra de convertirse en Jerez Fino, Amontillado u Oloroso.
Topics include Poe's literary cultural heritage, Poe's deluded detectives, the motive for murder in "The Cask of Amontillado," the problem of realism in "The Gold Bug," and Poe's transcendental racism.
Munro's (aka Saki's) "The Open Window"); the second looks in more detail at the opening paragraphs of several short stories (including Edgar Allan Poe's "The Black Cat" and "The Cask of Amontillado"); while the third part offers an anthology of short stories briefly introduced in the second part.
Dios Baco Amontillado (19.5% A.C., aged five years) has the sweet aroma of butterscotch, hazelnuts, carmel, and spice.
I am on a sherry tour of this grand old Andalucian city, sipping religiously at the shrine of labels such as Harveys and Tio Pepe, Croft Original and Domecq, learning the difference between an Amontillado and a Fino, a Manzanilla and an Oloroso and trying to touch my nose and walk in a straight line at the same time.