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  1. Everything regarding Carmenere; wines, wine valleys, wine cabinets, wine books, wine decanters, wine magazines, wine glasses, wine cellars,
    17-05-2009 by helen083 and 1 other
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  2. Everything regarding Carmenere; wines, wine valleys, wine cabinets, wine books, wine decanters, wine magazines, wine glasses, wine cellars,
    05-06-2009 by roob811 and 1 other
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  3. I spent two months deciding which of the best Chilean wine. Obviously i spent most of my time taking as many Chilean wine tours i was able to pay for in Casablanca Valley.
    25-02-2010 by yelluwgrabber and 2 others
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  4. carmenere and sweet corn pie
    29-10-2011 by erick_dillard
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  5. Vina El Aromo - Carménère 2010, trocken, fein-würzig, würzig, reife Tannine, süßliche Früchte, Johannisbeere, Pflaume, Rotwein günstig online kaufen
    14-08-2012 by barthelomeus
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  6. First planted in the Medoc region of Bordeaux, this varietal produces deep red wines and is used in blends. The word Carmenere originates from the French word meaning crimson, and refers to the color of the autumn foliage. A majority of this varietal is g
    25-10-2012 by massvision and 96 others
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  7. First planted in the Medoc region of Bordeaux, this varietal produces deep red wines and is used in blends. The word Carmenere originates from the French word meaning crimson, and refers to the color of the autumn foliage. A majority of this varietal is g
    31-10-2012 by arvgta and 96 others
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  8. First planted in the Medoc region of Bordeaux, this varietal produces deep red wines and is used in blends. The word Carmenere originates from the French word meaning crimson, and refers to the color of the autumn foliage. A majority of this varietal is g
    03-11-2012 by lossweightherb and 96 others
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  9. First planted in the Medoc region of Bordeaux, this varietal produces deep red wines and is used in blends. The word Carmenere originates from the French word meaning crimson, and refers to the color of the autumn foliage. A majority of this varietal is g
    07-11-2012 by marlypet and 96 others
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  10. First planted in the Medoc region of Bordeaux, this varietal produces deep red wines and is used in blends. The word Carmenere originates from the French word meaning crimson, and refers to the color of the autumn foliage. A majority of this varietal is g
    08-11-2012 by erickjenk and 96 others
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