I got a question about a fruit I saw on a wine commercial ...

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  1. Frederick

    Frederick Second Unit

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    Me and my S.O. were watching tv, and we saw this commercial for I think was Turning Leaf wine. It was a guy in his kitchen making dinner for his girlfriend. It involved salmon, and a fruit that looked like an orange. But when he cut it open and squeezed it, it was red, or burgundy, or some other color other than orange. We sat there, puzzled. No one we knew could tell us what that fruit was. I know this is a strange question, but seeing as though this is the After Hours spot, and strange questions run rampant here, I figured if there was ANYONE on the planet that could tell me what we saw, they'd be hanging around here [​IMG] ...
    Freddy C.
     
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    It is a blood orange! You can buy them at some supermarkets. They taste more tart than a regular orange.
     
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    Ooooh OoOoh, pick me, pick me... I knew that, before Marianne beat me too it. Damm Damm.

    Interesting name, I must add.

    Jay
     
  4. Frederick

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    After Hours Lounge comes through again. Thanx, Marianne (and Jay [​IMG]) ...
    Freddy C.
     
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    Turning Leaf, another Gallo brand, along with Zabaco and Gossamer Bay. Interesting to hear how the marketing is done outside California.
     

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