English red

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a pigment prepared by the Dutch, similar to Indian red.

See also: Red

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The wine of kings, the Champagne region in northern France with its unique terroir (soil English red: Bolney Pinot Noir and climate) produces sparkling wine with exceptional flavour.
English red: Bolney Pinot Noir Napa Valley produces some super cabernet sauvignon
The first English red to win a silver medal at the Sommelier World Wine Awards.
The English red rose - first used by the English rugby in 1871 - appears on the outside of the car, the dashboard and is embroidered on each headrest.
I sit on the picket fence when it comes to English red wine.
Originally constructed around 1880 of English red brick set beneath Welsh Slate, the converted farmstead sits adjacent to the ancient manor house of Netherstead Hall.
"So, for example, if Welsh livestock reared in Wales by Welsh farmers is slaughtered over the border in England, the levy money that is collected is handed over to the English red meat promotional body, Eblex.
The Real Value of English Red Meat report was put together on behalf of Eblex and Bpex, the English beef and sheep and pig meat divisions of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).
Duck with Caramelised Apples and Braised Beetroot & Cabbage Ingredients (makes 4) 4 duck breasts 6 medium sized beetroot, topped and tailed and peeled with a knife (or 12 baby beetroots) 25g butter Half glass of English red wine Half onion, chopped 2 cloves of garlic, finely sliced Dessertspoon of balsamic vinegar Teaspoon of Demerara sugar Sprig of thyme Four black peppercorns, lightly crushed Sea salt 10g cold diced unsalted butter 100ml duck or chicken stock Aluminium foil 4 x ' a small baby cabbage cooked 12 pan fried new potatoes Method 1.
Other photographs released yesterday show bombs disguised as tins of Smedley's English Red Dessert Plums.