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alcoholic beverage made by the fermentation of the juice of the grape. Wine is so ancient that its origin is unknown. The earliest archaeological evidence of winemaking dates to 8,000 years ago, and wine is mentioned in early Egyptian inscriptions and in the literature of
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Prior to joining Julius Baer, Sauterne held senior executive positions at commodities trader Glencore (LON:GLEN) and miner Xstrata (LON:XTA).
Now he had increasing abdominal pain which he at first attributed to the sauterne, cheese and cucumber consumed that evening while at the theatre (1).
A bottle or two of dessert wine such as Port or Sauterne makes a nice addition, and of course bubbly--Champagne or other sparkling wine fills almost any need, including a special event.
The sweet Sauterne wines come from 100 hectares at the chateau in Bordeaux which has been making wine since the 12th Century.
Way back in 1935, a cooking wine called Regina Cooking Sauterne printed a recipe on its label for Fish Fillets Sauterne, which "may well have been the first recipe your mother (or grandmother) ever prepared with wine," Dyer wrote in introducing the dish.
One of the star lots is a single bottle from perhaps the greatest Sauterne producing Cheteau: Ch.
The US administration will propose to Congress to change the status and limit of use of 17 European wine names currently considered as semi-generics in the US: Burgundy, Chablis, Champagne, Chianti, Claret, Haut-Sauterne, Hock, Madeira, Malaga, Marsala, Moselle, Port, Retsina, Rhine, Sauterne, Sherry and Tokay.
When we go back to Australia, there will be many experts among us who previously did not know a sherry from a sauterne.