"In 1995 it became legal to produce a Chianti with 100% Sangiovese. For a wine to retain the name of Chianti, it must be produced with at least 80% Sangiovese grapes. A Chianti may have a picture of a black rooster (known in Italian as a gallo nero) on the neck of the bottle, which indicates that the producer of the wine is a member of the "Gallo Nero" Consortium; an association of producers of the Classico sub-area sharing marketing costs. Since 2005 the black rooster has been the emblem of the Chianti Classico producers association. Aged Chianti (38 months instead of 4-7), may be labeled as Riserva. Chianti that meets more stringent requirements (lower yield, higher alcohol content and dry extract) may be labeled as Chianti Superiore. Chianti from the "Classico" sub-area is not allowed in any case to be labeled as "Superiore"."
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Last edited by creativedreams; 11-13-09 at 11:02 PM.
And especially when flood stories around the world aren't global in aspect, don't kill many people and recede relatively quickly. It takes a great many telephone games to turn a global, mass killer into a river flood that kills few.
Not to mention the sheer lack of any empirical evidence for such a global flood. The belief in a global flood requires a believer to reject principles of water they can test in their own sink. That alone is enough to reject it as history.
"If your opponent is of choleric temperament, seek to irritate him." - Sun Tzu