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  • To understand Pomerol is to understand the relationship between the Merlot grape and the soil.

    The Secret of Pomerol

  • She orders a French merlot called Pomerol, says Fred -- prompting me to wonder whether that confession violates drinker-sommelier confidentiality.

    Looking Sideways at Merlot

  • And he added that Katie Couric orders a French Merlot called Pomerol when she eats there (doesn't that violate drinker-sommelier confidentiality?).

    American Beat: Grape Expectations

  • She orders a French merlot called Pomerol, says Fred -- prompting me to wonder whether that confession violates drinker-sommelier confidentiality.

    LOOKING SIDEWAYS AT MERLOT

  • (Here -- and the district called Pomerol -- is the home of those exceptional Merlots I alluded to earlier.)

    News & Politics

  • Despite looking a wee bit like laboratory test tubes, WIT has been taken up by stellar names such as Pomerol, St - É milion and Margaux.

    It's Lights, Camera, Strike in France

  • There is a church, Saint-Jean de Pomerol, whose neo-Gothic spire towers over the landscape, a smallish square with a car park and row upon row of vines.

    The Secret of Pomerol

  • It is this freshness that, in my opinion, makes VCC so appealing and gives it the edge over other Pomerol properties.

    The Secret of Pomerol

  • If I have one regret, it is that the world has woken up to the quality of Pomerol and the prices are now beyond what most people regard as an acceptable purchase on a bottle of wine.

    The Secret of Pomerol

  • And indeed, he is sipping a 1995 La Conseillante, a Bordeaux from the Pomerol district, with his Caesar salad.

    The Odd Couple of Food and Wine

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