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Pomegranate For Life

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  • Publish Date: Apr 8, 2009

If an Odwalla Strawberry Pomegranate bar for breakfast and your daily regiment of POM juice with lunch just doesn't feel like it's giving you the healing powers you need--The Daily Sip is now offering a way to end each day with a little blood thinning, heart disease fighting, "bad" cholesterol reducing, buzz. Introducing, Rimon Winery's Pomegranate Dessert Wine.

Father and son winemakers Gaby and Avi Nachmias were inspired by their love of the land and wine to build the most modern pomegranate winery in the world and together they have developed a unique and proprietary pomegranate “Super Fruit” that results in sweeter berry that is richer in vitamins and antioxidants than other pomegranates (also better for making wine).

Rimon Dessert Wine presents sweet, lush fruity aromas and bright cherry flavors with notes of chocolate and fully developed pomegranate flavors that linger on the finish. We recommend it as a chilled digestif but if you choose to substitute it for your mid-afternoon POM, well, that's up to you.

We've used the Rimon to create some interesting cocktails. Have a creative idea? Checkout or add to the mixology recommendations below.

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Apr 8, 2009
Rimon. Grey Goose.Ice. Stir. Sip. Enjoy!

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Apr 8, 2009
I think adding a bit of Rimon to a glass of bubbly is the perfect way to "sweeten" up a glass of bubbly- and makes for a beverage with a really pretty, dark pink color. Cheers!

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Apr 8, 2009
I've never done this before but I think it might work out pretty well, given that I have had the Rimon Dessert Wine. 2 PARTS RIMON, 2 PARTS KETTLE ONE, 4 PARTS SELTZER WATER, SQUEEZE OF LEMON, served in a tall glass on the rocks on a summer's eve. ENJOY.

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Which of these appellations is NOT part of the Graves region of Bordeaux, France?

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