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  • Flint Dry, a still white wine that is blended, is 26% chardonnay, 25% huxelrebe and 24% bacchus, with the balance coming from a mix of other varieties.

    A working life: The winemaker

  • Because of the long winter, budburst this year is three weeks late and the dark, gnarled bacchus vines – a German grape for whites – look rather bare for mid-May.

    A working life: The winemaker

  • The rare flightless dung beetle (Circellium bacchus) has a very restricted distribution and has captured the imagination of visitors to the Addo Elephant Park in the Eastern Cape, where road signs warn motorists not to drive over elephant and buffalo dung pads in the roads, for fear of crushing the beetles.

    Biological diversity in Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany

  • January 6, 2008 at 8:35 am thnx, i sphinx u ares kind to bacchus up an forgive our eros

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  • Voila comment il/elle (cette personne) a sous-titré la presentation de la team bacchus!

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  • Thanks for the link bacchus - her work is incredible!

    Weird Art

  • I hear ya bacchus but I don't think merchandising is done for the same effect as displays in your home.

    Art wall

  • Twitter photos love-notes e-mail design hosted for bacchus

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  • Times have changed; the Lindos now concentrate on bacchus like an English take on sauvignon blanc, it has refreshing clean lines; they make a super cow-parsley and hedgerow-scented fizz called Cornwall Brut from seyval blanc and reichensteiner, and have been very successful with pinot noir, which Bob seems to have planted largely through a competitive desire to get on the international wine map.

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  • With more modest stays in mind, some 15 years ago the Gites de France organisation began expanding its collection of rental properties in the Gironde to include gites bacchus, properties located among the vines, run by wine growers or wine makers, and intended to appeal to wine-enthusiasts.

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