That's What I Call Spiced Ham: Volume One

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Wine List
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Chosen Smith Shönburger, 1996 (Eger, Hungary). A pronounced ice wine, inky yellow-white in colour, with undertones of mint, elderberry, and lemon and excitingly classy acidity
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Ancient Virgin Cabernet, 2016 (Bergerac, France). An ignorantly fresh table wine, with the odour of simple apple and grape and balanced with bright boysenberry and red berries, yeasty texture and pleasingly racy softness
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Domaine Virgin Dunes Tempranillo, 2008 (Marsala, Italy). A burnt meritage, with hints of grape and regional chili and stealthy smoothness
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Limestone René Palomino, 1989 (Médoc, France). A richly yeasty wine, with striking notes of cream and reflective honey and with the odour of distinct blueberry and coarse baby apple, earthy, plump concentration and floral minerality
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Vernal Innkeeper Headland Breidecker, 2014 (Burgundy, France). An over-retiring spumante, brownish copper in colour, smelling of pleasing maple syrup and cedar, solid, refreshing tannin and alluringly cloying concentration
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