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  • n. Plural form of red.


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  • We took care of pretty much what they called the reds, which were the most serious, and the yellows, which appeared to be stable with relatively minor injuries ...

    CNN Transcript Apr 17, 2007

  • I have heard talk of many substances in reds that cause allergic reactions but am completely unqualified to comment on what they might be.

    Wine, allergies, histamines and sulfites - reactions from an allergist | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • One of my favorite meatier reds is the Barolo, found in the village of the same name in the northwest region of Piemonte.

    In Search of Barolo

  • On a recent visit that sleek, modern tasting room I tasted a bit of the winery's past — nine different reds from the 1993, 1994 and 1995 — and the winery's present, meaning current and new releases.


  • For the month of April, members of Long Island Wine Council will be taking part in Barrel Tasting Month, a great opportunity for tasting room visitors to sample reds from the much ballyhooed 2007 vintage.

    The New York Cork Report:

  • My go-to yeast for Bordeaux reds is GRE from Lalvin.

    Fox Run Vineyards 2005 Reserve Cabernet Franc

  • By the middle of 2008, most wineries had released nearly all of their reds from the 2006 vintage and some from the 2007. 2006 was a relative disappointment for reds after the tremendous 2005 vintage, with of course some exceptionsmade bywinemakers who can reallyproduce qualityredsin mediocre years.

    Jason Feulner

  • Bedell Cellars and founding winemaker Kip Bedell will library tasting featuring reds from the mid-1990s.

    Long Island Wine Events

  • Inside, LED lighting pulses in reds, pinks and purples across robot-carved shelves of horizontal luminescent Corian in Strawberry Ice.

    Valentine to Times Square by Gage/Clemenceau Architects

  • Artemis's family home is always rendered in reds and browns, dark and shadowy until the last pages.

    Archive 2008-02-01


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