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August 7, 2008

Bargain of the Day: Pagan wine

by Feòrag

Malta: Okay, so this product is not deliberately marketed at neopagans, but I bet they buy it:

Meridiana Wine Estate has launched its third white wine called Astarte, inspired by the Phoenician goddess of fertility worshipped in Malta during the Punic period. Astarte is based on the Vermentino grape, a Mediterranean wine grape variety which is ideal for Malta's climatic conditions.

New wine toasts fertility goddessTimes of Malta, 7th August 2008. See also Bargain of the Day: L'Chaim!, The Prattle, 18th October 2004.

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Posted in Neopagan Religious Tat and Religious Tat at 15:59. Last modified on September 12 2008 at 18:53.
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1: Posted by: Branwen | August 10, 2008 11:36 AM

Well, since I don't care much about goddesses and even less about fertility and I cannot ask the Phoenicians, because they have sort of vanished, I'll ask you the important question. Is this wine any good?

2: Posted by: DragonSlaveII | May 19, 2009 4:55 AM

White grapes...hmm, should be like any other white wine then--not particularly strong or sweet.

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