How to use Port-wine in a sentence

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  • The port wine trade is of considerable importance to the United Kingdom not only because the chief trade in this wine is with that country, but also because a very large proportion of the capital invested in the industry is English.

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  • The growth of the export trade from Oporto with the rest of the world is principally due to the enormous increase in the quantity of wine sent to South America, chiefly Brazil, but only a small proportion of this (probably one-eighth) is port wine proper.

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  • In Lisbon a chamber of commerce (Junta do commercio) was organized in 1756 to replace an older association of merchants, the ilIeza dos homens de negocio, which had attacked the Path Company; and in the same year the Alto Douro Company was formed to control the port-wine trade and to break the monopoly enjoyed by a syndicate of British wine merchants.

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  • If a wine-glass be half-filled with port wine the liquid rises a little up the side of the glass as other liquids do.

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  • The menu is a real chunk of haut cuisine with a choice of roast haunch of venison with port wine sauce.

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  • What does " Guinea fowl and ginger sausages with spring onion mash and port wine jus " say to you?

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  • Instead of welsh rarebit we had a very pleasant variant made with stilton melted in Port wine then browned off under the grill.

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  • Instead of Welsh rarebit we had a very pleasant variant made with stilton melted in Port wine then browned off under the grill.

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  • No. A port wine stain is a birthmark created by malformed and dilated blood vessels.

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  • Nymphaea Alba Atropurpurea - One of the darkest of all, with very large flowers of deep port-wine color, with pale yellow stamens and petals incurved at the tips.

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  • Choose from colors such as black, crimson red or port wine.

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  • Frequently, Port wine makers use a solera to accomplish this task.

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  • Porto decanter set-According to Signals, 17th century Europeans sipped their port wine through specially crafted Pfeiffen-Schnapps glasses.

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  • Sipping the port through the "pipe" that runs from the bottom of the glass to the lip of the glass was said to enhance its flavors, resulting in a more fulfilling port wine tasting experience.

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  • The British military branches always use a glass of port wine when toasting the Queen's health at formal dinners.

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  • Sturge-Weber syndrome (SWS) is a rare, congenital (present at birth), noninherited disorder characterized by the vascular malformation (birthmark) called a port wine stain, usually seen on an infant's face.

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  • The port wine stain is a benign tumor just under the surface of the skin, made up of overabundant blood vessels (angiomas).

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  • An estimated 13 percent of individuals with SWS will not have the port wine stain.

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  • In addition, some children with port wine stain may not have Sturge-Weber syndrome.

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  • Sometimes the port wine stain covers other parts of the body as well as the face.

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  • An infant born with a port wine stain will be immediately evaluated by healthcare staff.

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  • In some cases, infants with SWS will not have a port wine stain present at birth.

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  • Clinical diagnosis of SWS begins with the observation of port wine stain in an infant.

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  • The port wine stain may not be obvious in children of color.

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  • Not all children with port wine stain will have SWS, however; and some children with SWS will not have port wine stain.

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  • In the absence of port wine stain, other neurological abnormalities will help determine the diagnosis.

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  • Pulsed-dye laser therapy successfully treats port wine stain without significant scarring.

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  • Fewer than 1 percent of newborns have port-wine stains (nevus flammeus), birthmarks.

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  • Patients with port-wine stains near the eye may need skull x rays, computed tomography scans, and vision and central nervous system tests.

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  • Port-wine stains do not change color when gently pressed and do not disappear over time.

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  • Skin-colored cosmetics will cover small port-wine stains.

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  • The most effective way of treating port-wine stains is with a special laser when the child is older.

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  • Port-wine stains are on the forehead, sides of the face, or eyelids.

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  • Port-wine stains on the legs or arm may be linked to an overgrowth of that extremity.

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  • It is said to be especially effective on birthmarks that sit near the surface of the skin, such as port wine stains.

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  • Specialty drinks, martinis, port wine and sparkling wines are featured at the bar.

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