Post Your Wine.

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    Iamnezzy

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    Now, i like a beer as much as the next man (Half for the lady ;)), but occasionally i succumb to the dark side, usually red but here i have a fine vintage Chardonnay (£4 from Asda :eek:)

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    Mr. Retrofire

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    jwingfie

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    I'm kind of a wine snob. I will drink the cheap stuff, but always have some great wine for special occasions.

    Currently drinking this:

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    Miner Family is expensive but amazing. I went to the vineyard in Napa and was able to drink a whole bottle of their limited run Benedetto.

    Another favorite from Napa that I can rarely afford:

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    MinorBidoh

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    Big beefy bruiser. Huge red. Henschke Euphonium, AUS.
     

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    rocknblogger

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    "Are we allllmost therrrre yeeeettt"

    My favorite whine :D
     
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    Iamnezzy

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    Another from the cheap and cheerful range (3 for £10 at Asda) but it's a solid red, quite nice and a welcome tipple after a successful quiz win at my rugby club :)
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    Heilage

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    For reds I'm a sucker for Ripassos and Amarones from Italy. In whites I prefer lighter, half-dry things like Rieslings and Chardonnays.

    But in general I do really like wine. :cool:
     
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    firestarter

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    Reds - I can't say no to a bit of this stuff:

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    And for whites, I've always liked the clean palette of the Alsatian Pinot Gris:

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    lewis82

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    Last one I bought, something like 8 bucks at the grocery store. Don't ever buy it, it tastes real bad. Really acidic and not pleasant at all.

    That's what happens when you're on a student budget. I can't afford decent wine due to the amount of tax here in Québec. (Good wine starts at 15$)
     
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    Love

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    I'm moving to Québec in a couple years. ****.
     
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    IBradMac

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    Shade Winery. Only a few miles from my house. Excellent wine, and even better people making it.
     

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    Mr. Retrofire

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    Emiliana Merlot (year 2010 and others)

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    I have a bottle of this in my bar waiting to be drunk...hic !
     

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