Dining & Wine: Pomegranate as Fruit of a Vintner’s Labor

New York Times: Dining & Wine
FOOD STUFF
As French as Apple Pie
By FLORENCE FABRICANT
Published: November 17, 2004

Pomegranate as Fruit of a Vintner’s Labor

Pomegranate wine from Armenia has plenty of peppery tartness and a
sweet fruitiness that enriches the naturally winy taste of
pomegranate. It would pair well with a Thanksgiving turkey, venison or
chocolate desserts, or make an alluring punch base. Some bartenders
mix it with sparkling wine, gin or tequila. Labeled simply
Pomegranate, it’s about $10 a bottle in the Wine Store at Whole Foods;
Grand Wine & Liquor, 3005 31st Avenue, Astoria, Queens; and Heights
Chateau, 123 Atlantic Avenue (Henry Street), Brooklyn Heights.

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