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  • The match here is a milk chocolate flavoured with elderflower and pear, the chocolate itself more subtly flavoured than some in the range, but its creaminess becoming truly opulent when nibbled with the wine, acid not too harsh against the flavour, and another lovely match. (wine-pages.com)
  • The Chief Chocolate Officer suggests a lovely, creamy white chocolate flavoured with orange blossom and toffee with this, and it is a very nice match: the wine is perhaps a touch too dry for 100% success, but both chocolate and wine are really very good. (wine-pages.com)
  • She'll look so lovely in this tank-style lace dress with matching shrug. (chasing-fireflies.com)
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  • The previously more popular two-year product terms gave brokers the opportunity for regular engagement with borrowers, to ensure that their mortgage provision remained competitive and matched their needs and lifestyle. (mortgagesolutions.co.uk)
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  • 6) A bold wine is required to match the big personalities in a baked crab with bisque, hence it's paired with a Zorgvliet wine which has 50% Semillon and 50% Sauvignon Blanc. (fluidlondon.co.uk)
  • The vanilla, creamy, oakiness of the wine is more than a match for the briny taste of the crab meat. (fluidlondon.co.uk)
  • The chocolates are designed to be enjoyed with a glass of the matching wine, but I found each to be an extremely high quality chocolate that's delicious on its own too: the chocolate has excellent snap, and the flavourings are vivid and work really well together, the finish of each lingering and precise. (wine-pages.com)
  • The wine and chocolate gift box tasted here costs £79, for the six half bottles and six matching 50g bars, including UK delivery. (wine-pages.com)
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  • 10) At £55pp for the tasting menu and £40 for matching wines for each course, this floating London restaurant is affordable luxury without having to own half of a monopoly board. (fluidlondon.co.uk)
  • Fraizer Campbell, who scored Cardiff's first-half equaliser following a failed raid by Zaha, may not be too thrilled with that piece of analysis, though Solskjaer's verdict on the winner was suitably generous. (dailymail.co.uk)