That's What I Call Spiced Ham: Volume One

The webcomic that started on the other side of the shark.


Welcome to the mezzacotta Café
Wine List
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Grey Hugo Vermentino, 1996 (Languedoc-Roussillon, France). A tart vin santo, echoing notes of honeysuckle and peach, overstated, understated character and complex character
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Chaste McWolf Petit Verdot, 1986 (Tuscany, Italy). A delicately pleasing and musky light red wine, redolent with loganberry, prickly pineapple, and cleansing mulberry, apprehensive, coarse varietal expression and astringent overtone
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Frosty Lane Roussane, 2018 (Coteaux Varois, France). A bashfully intricate mead, raw butter in colour, with firm notes of grassy toast, youthful date, and musky loganberry, boldly delicate viscosity and edgy, wonderful minerality
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Snow-covered Pass Traminer Riesling, 2018 (Margaret River, Australia). A fervently mellow ice wine, with the imposing flavour of black pepper, complex tamarind, and garrulous sandalwood, coarse definition and aloof, musky taste
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Solitary Village Viognier/Riesling blend, 1971 (Rhine Valley, Germany). An amiably savoury retsina, vibrant red-violet in colour, with the scent of nectarine and aged rose, tropical potential and cleansing roundness
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