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LAKE BLUFF, Ill., Nov. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Terlato Wines, a leading U.S. marketer of luxury wines and spirits, announced today an exclusive, long-term agreement to import and market the luxury rum brand, Don Pancho Origenes, as the newest addition to its Artisan Spirits portfolio. Don Pancho Origenes is produced by the legendary Cuban master rum distiller, Francisco "Don Pancho" Fernandez, who is globally recognized as one of the most experienced and respected master blenders in the world, at his Las Cabras Distillery in Panama. Terlato will import Don Pancho Origenes 30-year-old and 18-year-old rums and eventually, an 8-year-old rum.
Chenin Blanc India After learning the distilling craft from Master Distiller Don Ramon Corrales Fernandez, Don Pancho was instrumental in modernizing Cuba's rum industry in the 1970s. After Cuba's national brand was acquired, he relocated to Panama, where, in the 1990s, he discovered a neglected distillery in the Herrera region of Panama, which he built into the Las Cabras Distillery, today one of the most important and revered in the world.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) India While Don Pancho has produced luxury rums for other clients for years, it is only in the last year that he believed the quality of his aged rums merited putting his own name on them. Renowned for his exacting standards in crafting fine aged rums, Don Pancho dates his rums by the age of the youngest rum in the blend, and he personally selects each barrel from his own prized collection, collected over many years.
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The Bundschu Family Thanksgiving is the uniquely American holiday that celebrates family in all of its complex, often blemished wonderfulness. It seems right and fitting to bless your table this holiday with American made, family-owned wines. Working with family 24/7 in an agricultural enterprise is no small achievement and I’ve always had high respect for the individuals who stick together and make a go of it. The wines below were selected based on their affinity for Thanksgiving dishes; invite one of them to your table this holiday.
Sauvignon Blanc India However, if crazy Uncle Wayne shows up with a shoebox full of condiments to share and hippie cousin Violet stages a sit-in to spare the turkey—well, skip the wine and go straight for the whiskey.
Chenin Blanc India includes grapes from original 1915 plantings. It will pair best with the roasted bird, but I’d try this spicy, brambly wine with pumpkin pie as well.
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Such a region would be hip, right? And then I tell you, “It’s Bordeaux.” And maybe, you roll your eyes. “Oh, that old place?” Bordeaux has an image problem. This is amazing given that most wine lovers freely acknowledge that it is responsible for some of the world’s great wines.
Rosé India Bordeaux is rare on by-the-glass lists. I went to nine wine bars and restaurants in a row in San Francisco without seeing a single Bordeaux by the glass, until I hit one place that had an older vintage of a St. Emilion — for $55 a glass. Nothing cheaper, anywhere, even though there are plenty of cheap Bordeaux wines to choose from.
Sauvignon Blanc India There are a lot of reasons for this, including the constant search for something new. But I’ll give a personal one that may be a little universal: Bordeaux pisses me off.
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Freedom of speech reigns in rally faceoff After it was over and the shouting ended, an easy winner could be declared from Saturdays faceoff between Kansas Citians and the National Socialist Movement: free speech. Albeit salty at times, as both sides tried to offend the other. But it was all just a spewing of words.
Cabernet Shiraz India Sophomore wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham set a Missouri record with four receiving scores as the ninth-ranked Tigers pummeled Kentucky 48-17 on Saturday in Lexington. Quarterback Maty Mauk had a record-tying five touchdown passes and no interceptions.
Rosé India Former Kansas football coach Mark Mangino returned, after a three-year sabbatical, returned to where his career began as an assistant at Youngstown State, his alma mater. He is 100 pounds lighter and said he made mistakes at KU but dismissed the notion that his emotions consumed him.
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