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(pen'in),
6-Aminopenicillanic acid; an intermediate in the synthesis of penicillins.
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The Penin Guide has also given outstanding scores to wines from this winery.
Armand de Brignac counts among its accolades a score of 98 points from world-renowned wine critic Jose Penin and words of praise from UK critic Jancis Robinson.
Also, at a recent tasting of "Values and Best Wines" from the 2011 Penin Guide, I also liked the cavas from El Xamfra, Josep Maria Raventos i Blanc, and Hispano-Suizas.
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We had to match Welsh lamb saddle on artichoke puree with the jammy berry fruit and vanilla notes of Chateau Penin 2006, a delicious Bordeaux Superieur, followed by deep mineral blackcurrant aromas of Chateau Senejac Haut Medoc 2002 with duck, foie gras in Madeira sauce.
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Team member Dr Lucie Penin of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies in Townsville says the corals were even able to recover after the reef had been swamped by weeds.
Scott Penin, president and CEO of Paradigm, has been appointed vice president of global manufacturing of DSI.
For more than 25 years, JosA Penin has been writing about the wines and growers of Spain, since he created Spain's first wine magazine, "Bouquet".
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Working to promote the message of variety at the event, Spanish wine critic Jose Penin gave his recommendations of the best brands produced from the 10 main Spanish grape varieties, which include Mencia and Temperanillo grapes.