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“We know these pretty wines by several names: including rosé, blanc de noir, vin gris or simply blush.”
“Blanc de noir wines, a term applied to white wines from black grapes, also known as vin gris-style wines, are also produced by quickly separating the clear juice from the color-laden grape skins, but immediately after crushing so that only the barest blush of pale color remains in the wine.”
“Marrow bones were generous in quality, nicely roasted and served with toasted bread, although I saw no sign of the promised sel gris, which is flashy French sea salt.”
“She told fortunes and healed the sick, dispensing charms and potions called gris-gris.”
“Don't discourse on amber, otherwise ambergris; don't explain that 'gris' in this connexion doesn't mean”
“* Frontenac gris, a white wine: Amber colored from a gray ( "gris") grape; hints of peach and apricot flavors.”
“Green: apple green/new green; bottle (25); bracken; jade; lettuce; palm/palm green; spring, and vert de gris;”
“James E. became president of this bank, a position he held until he died in 1938, while John B., perhaps something of an éminence gris, served as vice president and one of the directors.”
“The only time I was really insulted was when I was called an "eminence gris" during the short Panama incursion.”
“The snail they are raising is the petit gris, or the little gray, which is a vernacular name for Helix aspersa (Cantareus aspersus, Cornu aspersum, etc.).”
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