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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2005 10:17 am    Post subject: Azienda Le Marlunghe Spumante 1994 Reply with quote

Azienda Le Marlunghe

Colli Euganei

Fior d' Arancio

Vino Spumante Dolce 1994 Italia 7%

Apple and custard flavours, incredibly easy to drink and very light.

Anyone see this for sale in the UK please post or e-mail me the address. :D
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2006 3:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't know much about Spumante except Asti :D
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2006 4:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Judith wrote:
Don't know much about Spumante except Asti :D


depends of course who makes the asti :D :D :D hello judith Cool
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2006 6:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

talisker25 wrote:
Judith wrote:
Don't know much about Spumante except Asti :D


depends of course who makes the asti :D :D :D hello judith Cool


spumante
[spoo-MAHN-tay, spoo-MAHN-tee]
The Italian word for "sparkling," as in wine. See also ASTI SPUMANTE.

Asti Spumante
[AH-stee spoo-MAHN-teh]
A sweet sparkling white wine generally served as a DESSERT WINE but sometimes as an APÉRITIF. Asti Spumante tastes decidedly of the MUSCAT GRAPE from which it's made. It hails from the area around the town of Asti in the Piedmont region of northern Italy.

Muscat grape
[MUHS-kat, MUHS-kuht]
Any of several varieties of white or black grapes. The characteristic trait of the muscat is its sweet, musky flavor. Muscat grapes are grown around the world in temperate climates such as Italy, France, Greece, Spain and California. In addition to being eaten out of hand and made into raisins, the Muscat grape is used to make a variety of fragrant wines.

spumante

Italian Sparkling wine. Italy produces a wide range of sparkling wines from many grape varieties, none more famous than Asti Spumante from the north west, made from the Moscato Bianco grape. The great Champagne grapes -- Chardonnay and Pinot Noir -- are used in some regions as well as Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, the ubiquitous Trebbiano and others. Many of Italy's sparkling wines are made by means of bottle fermentation, like champagne, and are labelled "metodo classico", but the Charmat method is also widely used. Spumantes are made in red, white and rosé styles and range from bone dry to very sweet.


That's as much useful or useless info as I could find Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2006 7:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Judith wrote:
talisker25 wrote:
Judith wrote:
Don't know much about Spumante except Asti :D


depends of course who makes the asti :D :D :D hello judith Cool


spumante
[spoo-MAHN-tay, spoo-MAHN-tee]
The Italian word for "sparkling," as in wine. See also ASTI SPUMANTE.

Asti Spumante
[AH-stee spoo-MAHN-teh]
A sweet sparkling white wine generally served as a DESSERT WINE but sometimes as an APÉRITIF. Asti Spumante tastes decidedly of the MUSCAT GRAPE from which it's made. It hails from the area around the town of Asti in the Piedmont region of northern Italy.

Muscat grape
[MUHS-kat, MUHS-kuht]
Any of several varieties of white or black grapes. The characteristic trait of the muscat is its sweet, musky flavor. Muscat grapes are grown around the world in temperate climates such as Italy, France, Greece, Spain and California. In addition to being eaten out of hand and made into raisins, the Muscat grape is used to make a variety of fragrant wines.

spumante

Italian Sparkling wine. Italy produces a wide range of sparkling wines from many grape varieties, none more famous than Asti Spumante from the north west, made from the Moscato Bianco grape. The great Champagne grapes -- Chardonnay and Pinot Noir -- are used in some regions as well as Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, the ubiquitous Trebbiano and others. Many of Italy's sparkling wines are made by means of bottle fermentation, like champagne, and are labelled "metodo classico", but the Charmat method is also widely used. Spumantes are made in red, white and rosé styles and range from bone dry to very sweet.


That's as much useful or useless info as I could find Laughing


thats enough Exclamation Exclamation Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 13, 2006 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

talisker25 wrote:
Judith wrote:
talisker25 wrote:
Judith wrote:
Don't know much about Spumante except Asti :D


depends of course who makes the asti :D :D :D hello judith Cool


spumante
[spoo-MAHN-tay, spoo-MAHN-tee]
The Italian word for "sparkling," as in wine. See also ASTI SPUMANTE.

Asti Spumante
[AH-stee spoo-MAHN-teh]
A sweet sparkling white wine generally served as a DESSERT WINE but sometimes as an APÉRITIF. Asti Spumante tastes decidedly of the MUSCAT GRAPE from which it's made. It hails from the area around the town of Asti in the Piedmont region of northern Italy.

Muscat grape
[MUHS-kat, MUHS-kuht]
Any of several varieties of white or black grapes. The characteristic trait of the muscat is its sweet, musky flavor. Muscat grapes are grown around the world in temperate climates such as Italy, France, Greece, Spain and California. In addition to being eaten out of hand and made into raisins, the Muscat grape is used to make a variety of fragrant wines.

spumante

Italian Sparkling wine. Italy produces a wide range of sparkling wines from many grape varieties, none more famous than Asti Spumante from the north west, made from the Moscato Bianco grape. The great Champagne grapes -- Chardonnay and Pinot Noir -- are used in some regions as well as Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, the ubiquitous Trebbiano and others. Many of Italy's sparkling wines are made by means of bottle fermentation, like champagne, and are labelled "metodo classico", but the Charmat method is also widely used. Spumantes are made in red, white and rosé styles and range from bone dry to very sweet.


That's as much useful or useless info as I could find Laughing


thats enough Exclamation Exclamation Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing


Laughing Laughing Found 2 more bottles in a bin end, so happy for now Laughing Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 5:28 pm    Post subject: Re: Azienda Le Marlunghe Spumante 1994 Reply with quote

Johnny wrote:
Azienda Le Marlunghe

Colli Euganei

Fior d' Arancio

Vino Spumante Dolce 1994 Italia 7%

Apple and custard flavours, incredibly easy to drink and very light.

Anyone see this for sale in the UK please post or e-mail me the address. :D


Try Oddbins, found a bottle in the bin ends :D
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