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- Oeil de Perdrix (French: [œj də pɛʁdʁi]) is a rosé wine produced in Switzerland. The history of the wine style dates back to the Middle Ages in the Champagne...
- Perdrix may refer to: Perdrix (film), a 2019 French film French corvette Perdrix (1784) Pied De Perdrix, a synonym for the malbec grape Oeil de perdrix...
- of the 187 mL White Zinfandel market. California wine White Merlot Oeil de perdrix, the style of wine that Sutter Home was making that led to White Zinfandel...
- Claude Arnoux in 1728 deals with the famous red wines of Côte de Nuits and the Œil-de-Perdrix pink wines of Volnay, but only briefly mentions white wines...
- watchmakers include the clavus pattern, also known by the French term oeil-de-perdrix (partridge eye). The automotive industry has used perlée patterns on...
- and those engaged in work connected with Champagne." Champagne Riots Oeil de Perdrix, wine style believed to have been invented by the Champenois "Champagne...
- of premium wine known as White Zinfandel. Initially labeled as an Oeil de Perdrix, the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms demanded something...
- vinified this juice as a dry wine, and tried to sell it under the name of Oeil de Perdrix, a Swiss wine made by this saignée method. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco...
- that was reminiscent of a "partridge's eye" and earned the nickname Œil de Perdrix—a style of rosé still being produced in Switzerland. In the late 17th...
- six-sided dot in the centre. This dotted réseau is known as fond de neige, and œil de perdrix, also as réseau rosaceé. List of fabric names Brooke, Margaret...
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