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I'm guessing you'd serve it with a dessert. Any ideas?

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I'm guessing you'd serve it with a dessert. Any ideas?

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Cheese and crackers.


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jmcquown wrote

I'm guessing you'd serve it with a dessert. Any ideas?


Cheese and crackers.


I'd never try to pair cheese and crackers with a PX Cherry wine.
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On Dec 9, 4:18 pm, "Vilco" wrote:
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I'm guessing you'd serve it with a dessert. Any ideas?


Are you talking about Jerez Cherry wine?
There are so many varieties, and they're so distant from each other,
that asking how to pair a Chery Wine makes sense just as asking what
to match with a white wine from Piedmont: there are dry ones, sweet
ones, off-dry ones, made with freshly harvested grapes or raisins...
Which kind of Cherry Wine do you have there?
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I had no idea. The well-stocked place I stopped at (I haven't bought
it yet) thought at first they didn't have cherry wine or any "fruit
wines" when I asked and then as I was leaving, they called out and
showed me a bottle that was maybe bigger than a quart. The short name
may have been Eastern European or Russian - at any rate, I think it
had a "j" in the middle and an "a" at the end. (The price was
definitely $9.99.)

BTW, this was the sort of liquor store where you can also buy French
bread, other breads, and lots of cheese.

I was merely curious because one seldom gets offered "fruit wines" at
all, and the only time I ever even HEARD of it was in the book "Mary
Poppins Comes Back." (Jane, who's under ten, gets offered "tea or
cherry-wine.")

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Oh pshaw, on Sun 09 Dec 2007 04:02:58p, meant to say...

On Sun, 9 Dec 2007 15:13:32 -0600, "jmcquown"
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I'm guessing you'd serve it with a dessert. Any ideas?

Lenona.


Cheese and crackers.

If it's really Kirsch, it be used in cheese fondue.....
http://www.greatpartyrecipes.com/che...uerecipes.html


But kirsch is a cherry brandy, not a wine.

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On Mon, 10 Dec 2007 03:19:16 GMT, Wayne Boatwright
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Oh pshaw, on Sun 09 Dec 2007 04:02:58p, meant to say...

On Sun, 9 Dec 2007 15:13:32 -0600, "jmcquown"
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I'm guessing you'd serve it with a dessert. Any ideas?

Lenona.

Cheese and crackers.

If it's really Kirsch, it be used in cheese fondue.....
http://www.greatpartyrecipes.com/che...uerecipes.html


But kirsch is a cherry brandy, not a wine.


*I know*, Wayne, but new posters usually don't know WTF they are
talking about. Witness the guy who wants to use chocolate fondue for
who knows what and keep it at room temperature for a week. Sheesh.

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Oh pshaw, on Sun 09 Dec 2007 10:24:17p, meant to say...

On Mon, 10 Dec 2007 03:19:16 GMT, Wayne Boatwright
wrote:

Oh pshaw, on Sun 09 Dec 2007 04:02:58p, meant to say...

On Sun, 9 Dec 2007 15:13:32 -0600, "jmcquown"
wrote:

wrote:
I'm guessing you'd serve it with a dessert. Any ideas?

Lenona.

Cheese and crackers.

If it's really Kirsch, it be used in cheese fondue.....
http://www.greatpartyrecipes.com/che...uerecipes.html


But kirsch is a cherry brandy, not a wine.


*I know*, Wayne, but new posters usually don't know WTF they are
talking about. Witness the guy who wants to use chocolate fondue for
who knows what and keep it at room temperature for a week. Sheesh.


LOL! I missed that one! Whatta putz!

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Perhaps Cherry Kijafa, a very old cherry wine that used to be
fairly well known. Years ago an excellent seafood restaurant
in Toronto, Danish-owned, used to offer a complimentary glass
of it after dinners. Very nice but too sweet for food, really...http://www.liquorama.net/browseprodu...Wine-(Denmark)....

pavane-



"KIJAFA made with cherry wine and natural flavors is the unique
imported wine specialty which can be enjoyed on the rocks or in a tall
glass with your favorite soft drink and ice."

Denmark, huh? I was way off, obviously.

Seems to me one could serve it with a bittersweet chocolate dessert.

Thank you.
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On Sun, 9 Dec 2007 12:37:47 -0800 (PST), wrote:

I'm guessing you'd serve it with a dessert. Any ideas?

Lenona.


if you're talking about cherry kijafa, it makes a great hangover.

your pal,
blake


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