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wineglass

A fluid measure of approx. 2 fl oz (60 ml).
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The WineGlass, which has been rolled out across all the hotels in the Sonoma Group, has been inspired by the group's award-winning executive chef Daniel Galmiche, whose skills and expertise earned him a Michelin star for the Vineyard Group, the parent company.
Thirst for the stemless wineglass, a concept introduced by Riedel and picked up by virtually every other manufacturer, has waned in the upstairs portion of the market, but is still viable in the housewares segment.
Wineglass Bay lookout and beach is just a heart-pumping walk away, well worth the moderate effort and the $20 per person car parking fee.
Johns, in his piece, plays on the wineglass device by using a cut-out profile of Picasso's face to form the edge of a glass.
I called Mr Al Fayed in London and said, 'Sir, I have found the wineglass the Princess used on that final night'.
All guests will receive a complimentary Riedel wineglass and a light buffet will be available to complement the evening.
Guests will receive a wineglass and a list of participating wines to be served by representatives of wine distributors.
The Hodgman Liberal Government has responded with a Tourism Infrastructure Funding program which will ultimately deliver 91 statewide new or upgraded infrastructure projects including new visitor facilities at Lake St Clair and Wineglass Bay track carpark and Cape Tourville Road improvements, Ms Archer said.
And never the shiniest wineglass on the shelf, Nick now realises somebody has launched a vendetta against him - one of his workforce.
With minimal use of dialogue, Steinbeck approaches the reader like an old-fashioned, campfire raconteur, telling rather than showing the course of events: "The captain let out a hearty laugh, slapped the table, and raised his wineglass to toast 'The Queen of the Shadows.
In some instances, the stemless wineglass is almost interchangeable with a double-old fashioned glass, and there is always need for a tumbler, Crisenbery said.