Big crossword the demon may

Reply Fri 16 Apr, 2010 09:50 am
Grape-crushing remains.

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Reply Fri 16 Apr, 2010 11:14 am
@john white,
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Reply Fri 16 Apr, 2010 11:31 am
Schists are high in minerals like mica, chlorite, talc and graphite which are often found as flaky layers. They are also thought to be responsible for imparting characteristic mineral notes to wines from many well-known wine regions of the world, namely, Cote-Rotie, parts of Alsace, Central Otago and Priorat among many others.

I was thinking that depending on what sort of soil the particular grapes were grown in that when they were crushed they could possibly leave a talc residue- which is sometimes present in the flavor of some wines.

But I agree - it's a longshot - you're probably right- so John you should go with Francis' answer.

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john white
Reply Sun 18 Apr, 2010 07:52 am
thanks very much, both answers look right I will look them both up, again thanks
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Reply Sun 18 Apr, 2010 07:52 am
thanks very much
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