That's What I Call Spiced Ham: Volume One

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Welcome to the mezzacotta Café
Wine List
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Small Alley Cabernet Sauvignon, 1989 (Bairrada, Portugal). A compact sparkling wine, opaque magenta in colour, smelling of suppressed cedar and refreshing fruit salad and melded with lavender, coffee, and opulent mocha, cleansing definition and youthful structure
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Moulin Gulf Prosecco, 2015 (Parras de la Fuente, Mexico). A semi-polished ausbruch wine, translucent mauve in colour, with an aftertaste of musk, nutty mushroom, and dusty plum, restrained, emphatic minerality and open follow through
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Special Ridge Teroldego, 1987 (Breede River Valley, South Africa). A semi-garrulous Liebfraumilch, vivid ruby in colour, with a fragrance of aniseed, luscious orange, and sugary melon, impeccably moelleux follow through, understated finish and prominent weight
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O'Swan Pond Grüner Veltliner, 1981 (La Laguna, Mexico). An overpoweringly heavy premier cru, with a core of jasmine, toast, and raisin and with a fragrance of mocha, redcurrant, and sweet blackcurrant and lingering body
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Lumpy Quaffer Nebbiolo, 2012 (Waiheke Island, New Zealand). A fruit-driven botrytis wine, brought into focus by open maple syrup, apprehensive chili, and undistingished avocado and exuding smoky odours of polished chili, rose, and dark chocolate and confidently flavoursome overtone
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