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'''* DELKAI '''— Never much better than ordinary, the Delkai could be a pleasant and fruity-enough sweet white wine. It was the only commercially available wine on Caladan which is produced entirely from the native grapes, remarkable enough for that reason alone. There were a dozen or more different methods of producing the wine, each one a chemical process that was the jealously guarded secret of a single family. Depending on the producer, the wine might vary from being emerald green to straw-colored, and from syrupy-sweet to medium dry (the greener, the sweeter). The Atreides oenologists had developed a sparkling Delkai from the dry end of the range that, if it was being disgorged annually after the third year in the bottle, aged well and seemed to improve with a travel. This sparkling Delkai was, not surprisingly, the wine which the Atreides family most frequently served when the ritual or the propriety indicated that a Caladanian flavor was being desired.
 
'''* DELKAI '''— Never much better than ordinary, the Delkai could be a pleasant and fruity-enough sweet white wine. It was the only commercially available wine on Caladan which is produced entirely from the native grapes, remarkable enough for that reason alone. There were a dozen or more different methods of producing the wine, each one a chemical process that was the jealously guarded secret of a single family. Depending on the producer, the wine might vary from being emerald green to straw-colored, and from syrupy-sweet to medium dry (the greener, the sweeter). The Atreides oenologists had developed a sparkling Delkai from the dry end of the range that, if it was being disgorged annually after the third year in the bottle, aged well and seemed to improve with a travel. This sparkling Delkai was, not surprisingly, the wine which the Atreides family most frequently served when the ritual or the propriety indicated that a Caladanian flavor was being desired.
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'''SUUGEE.''' [A word must be added for the Suugee, the highly alcoholic beverage that was being distilled from the [[Pundi Rice]]. Although it was mainly a cheap and effective drink reserved to the peasantry, it enjoyed a brief vogue among the most discriminating classes during the [[Pauline Imperium]]. — Ed.] 
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'''SUUGEE.''' [A word must be added for the Suugee, the highly alcoholic beverage that is being distilled from the Pundi Rice. Although it is mainly a cheap and effective drink reserved to the peasantry, it enjoyed a brief vogue among the most discriminating classes during the Pauline Imperium. — Ed.] 
   
 
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