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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by albertfallickwa, Mar 12, 2014.
A bottle of KBS from Founders has just been opened and is about to be sipped, sampled, and savoured.
That would certainly hit the spot right about now...
Believe me, it is.
Just opened a bottle of Pouilly-Fuissé, a glorious French white wine from Burgundy, made from the Chardonnay grape.
KBS from Founder's; absolutely sublime.
Yes, I went for one this evening too. Never a disappointment.
Actually, I had three.
A terrific beverage.
Arsenal won. (In spite of themselves).
Oh my, well can’t fault your taste!
I, er, acquired a crate of this sublime beverage not so long ago.
And am happily working my way through it....
I still have a crate of CBS from Founders to greet...
Oh how I wish there was CBS left chez moi, alas I have just a few bottles of KBS. Not the worst consolation!
I'm on a stout kick right now.
Looks absolutely delicious; do enjoy.
I spotted that in the wild, today, but shall forego risking a purchase until I next re-visit that store.
For now, I am sipping a beer from the invariably Buxton brewery, an India Red Ale called High Tor.
And it was gooooooooooood.
Left Hand Nitro Stout is very good stout. I have had many of those.
Sipping my second beer of the night, also from the Buxton Brewery.
This is called Red Wolf, and is a sour fruit beer. Very tart and tasty.
Sipping a crisp and elegant rosé from France: Chateau Val Joanis which is made with Grenache and Shiraz grapes.
Sipping a Viognier (Les Agasses) - an elegant white wine - from France this early summer evening.
Sipping an elegant, bone dry, German Riesling: "Hofmann 2017 Riesling "Vom Muschelkalk" Appenheimer".
An Austrian wine this evening, white, which is made from the Grüner Veltliner grape.
The wine is from Müller, and is a Kremstal Reserve and a Gold Medal winner.
It has been a while since having a Müller wine, will put that one on my buy list, thanks.
Actually, when I bought it yesterday, I wasn't concentrating - seduced by the Gold Medal (from 2017) and the fact that the wine is produced from old vines.
Candidly, I thought I was buying a good Riesling; this is a little lighter than a good Riesling, but has that tight, mineral structure that I like, some heft, and an elegant crispness that almost disguises the fact that this is actually a pretty hefty (abv 13.5%) wine.
By way of conclusion: I recommend it.
Just poured a glass of Ramberget, an India Pale Ale from Buxton Brewery.
Petrous - Aged Red. (A rather tart cherry beer, dark red ale, or stout).
Opened a bottle of Riseling (an exceptionally elegant Riseling) from Austria: Müller Goldberg Kremstal Reserve.