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Wine and Appetizers

Last night we enjoyed a Symphony 2008 wine with appetizers that included thin sliced salmon and creamy cream cheese with chives on slices of French bread. The other appetizer was Brie baked in crescent roll dough drizzled with honey and topped with crushed walnuts. Yum!

Symphony is a white wine grape that has been available commercially since the 1980’s. Grenache Gris and Muscat of Alexandria are its parents. The Symphony we enjoyed last night offered a floral and fruity aroma. The taste was of citrus especially orange and there was a perceived sweetness while the wine dried on the finish.

If you haven’t tried a Symphony wine yet, try it the next time you have the opportunity!

Cheers! Kathy

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