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sea smoke

[′sē ‚smōk]
(meteorology)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Sea Smoke is easy to locate: Just follow the scent.
Sea Smoke purchased the 201acre Rita's Crown Vineyard in Santa Barbara County.
"The most expensive are wines from vineyards like Bien Nacido, Sanford, Pisoni, Cargasacchi, Sea Smoke, etc.," says Jeff Gregory, general manager of seasonal-cuisine inspired restaurant FT33 in Dallas.
"The most expensive are wines from vineyards like Bien Nacido, Sanford, Pisoni, Cargasacchi, Sea Smoke etc." says Jeff Gregory, general manager of restaurant FT33, a restaurant in Dallas.
The f i v e s and w i c h e d bet w e en s hould all be monitored, including Sea Smoke, who did very well to make fifth after meeting traffic.
Mornings, knuckles of sea smoke unclench on the horizon.
They know about this thing called sea smoke. Do you?
"Sea Smoke" ends with the speaker noting that his examiner looks hard at his eyes, having difficulty believing what he sees, what his patient cannot, "through three mediums: / air, water, hope." The final (and rare) abstraction makes a telling point.
If there was a lawsuit against a winery, it would have a full-on record of where that glass came from," says Kris Curran, the winemaker at Sea Smoke Cellars winery (www.seasmokecellars.com), Lompoc, Calif.
This "sea smoke" is one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen.