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“A nice cafe had a half-bottle of, if I recall, Ridge Santa Cruz Mountains Cabernet on their wine list.”
“Skewing towards Italian vinos, the wine program even boasts 100+ bottles orderable by the half (with the leftovers avail to guests by the glass), a method known as the "half-bottle approach" that spares anyone from having to go to the Temple of the Dog to get its hair.”
“Cidre Bouché Brut Organic, Etienne Dupont - 2010 $8.99 for half-bottle”
“Cidre BouchÃ© Brut Organic, Etienne Dupont - 2010 $8.99 for half-bottle”
“The Daily Mail writes: “The Broadbent claims the book suggests he invented a bid for another of the Jefferson wines – a half-bottle of 1784 Margaux – to ensure the successful bidder paid more than was necessary.””
“I can only hope this friendship ages as beautifully as that mysterious half-bottle that brought such excitement.”
“It helpfully adds that it is "culturally insensitive" to offer a half-bottle of wine on the table d'hôte menu.”
“A half-bottle of 2009 Cortes de Cima Chamine wine with a plate of olives and a few nibbles of one of Macau Soul's cheeses — such as the St. James, an unpasteurized sheep's milk the owners flew in from England — is a fine way to unwind.”
“That's a half-bottle of Bava Wineries 'Bass Tuba Moscato d'Asti (DOCG) I found at the store over the weekend.”
“The Treasure of Two set is a half-bottle of elegant Krug Champagne with two Champagne glasses.”
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