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Just about as close to truly international as a wine can get, this modest table red from the febrile imagination of Bonny Doon's Randall Grahm is made in France from grapes grown in Spain for sale in the United States under a Franco-American name scrawled almost incomprehensibly -- I think it says "Domaine di Blageury" -- on a label bearing a groaner of a pun on "Greenwich Village."
Domaine di Blageury 1996 "Grenache Village" Navarra (Spain) Grenache ($9.99)
Food match: A natural match with a fat roast hen; fruity enough to go with the white meat, tart enough to stand up to the dark.
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