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MERLOTMultimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (higher education website)
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Members of several teams explain different ways of making MERLOT tasks a collaborative endeavor:
Dry seed of Merlot has the garnet color and noticeable hilum ring typical for small red beans.
One of the appeals of Chilean wines to American palates is that they're based on well-known grapes: cabernet sauvignon, merlot, sauvignon blanc and chardonnay.
This home page statement from the MERLOT project explains the essence of this Internet endeavor.
Cono Sur also produces Isla Negra (pronounced Eesla Negra) Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah wines.
More American households purchase Merlot than any other wine variety, red or white
The news for Merlot in off-premise performance was better in comparison.
Family wine producer Errazuriz rarely produces a duff wine, and Errazuriz Estate Merlot 2010, Anconcagua Valley, Chile (pounds 6.
So you don't think Merlot deserved Miles's scorn in Sideways?
For Scousers it said: "A totally boss bottle of Merlot which smells o' blackberry, choccie, a brew and toffees.
red star][red star][red star][red star][red star] (95) wild Goose Sonoma County Merlot 2005 (California) Intense and supple with integrated plum, cherry, raspberry and cedar flavors throughout this well-balanced wine; a lush, chocolaty finish contributes to its high rating.