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  • M EETING THE WINEMAKERS Two weeks ago, we wrote about an obscure American wine called Melon, which is the grape used to make Muscadet in France's Loire Valley.

    A couple's adventure with Melon

  • Last week, we wrote about an obscure American wine called Melon, which is the grape used to make Muscadet in France's Loire Valley.

    Meeting the Winemakers

  • -- Although the Melon is a fruit, its culture naturally forms part of the routine of a vegetable garden.

    The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots 16th Edition

  • Any owner of the T*Omnia will have free access to SK Telecom†™ s music service called Melon that boasts 1.05 million songs and pieces of classical music.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • A few American wineries make wine from this grape, but you can imagine the marketing problems with a wine called Melon (though it’s pronounced meh-lohn).

    From France, a Refreshing Steal

  • The can suddenly transforms into a beautiful but standoffish girl that Kakeru nicknames "Melon," and more "Akikan!"

    Anime News Network

  • The can suddenly transforms into a beautiful but standoffish girl that Kakeru nicknames "Melon," and more

    Anime Nano!

  • The can suddenly transforms into a beautiful but standoffish girl that Kakeru nicknames "Melon," and more "Akikan" ( "empty can") girls appear.

    Anime Nano!

  • NOT the Green "Melon" Party incidentally - beg to differ!

    The British National Party

  • Daichi Kakeru was just buying soda from a vending machine but the melon juice soda that came out magically transforms into a girl whom he nicknamed 'Melon'.

    Anime Nano!

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