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wineglass

A fluid measure of approx. 2 fl oz (60 ml).
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"You can use any thin wineglass, but the way wine hits crystal sharpens its aromas and flavors.
I said, "Patty love, I bought you some wineglasses for Christmas but I slipped on the ice in the parking lot.
In addition to serving 40 bespoke quality wines by the glass to suit all tastes, and hosting various wine-tasting events, the WineGlass menu will offer a good selection of seasonal dishes and the staff will be able to recommend appropriate wines to complement the food.
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.
at Martin Memorial Plaza where you can pick up your souvenir wineglass, 12 one-ounce tasting tickets and a walking map.
The Wineglass Ranch surrounds Jumpingpound Creek, a source of Calgarys drinking water, so keeping the property as healthy grasslands instead of roads and houses will help maintain water quality for hundreds of thousands of people.
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.' Then he smiled sweetly and said it gave him great peace and satisfaction to know that Lady Yee was his wife and partner, and not his competition.
1 Castanets; 2 Starter; 3 Aboard; 5 Huge; 6 Pork-pies; 7 Applaud; 8 Dense; 9 Wineglass; 14 Vegetable; 18 Represent; 19 Meatball; 21 Arrange; 24 Reading; 25 Cinema; 26 Cupid; 28 Spin.
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.
All are great for activities and scenery, but on the Freycinet Peninsula you'll find white sand beaches such as Wineglass Bay with beautiful crystal clear waters - a wonderful spot for sea-kayaking!
"We have a unique wineglass line called The Girlfriends Line.