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Wehay, It's The Bank Holiday Weekend - What Wine Are You Drinking Tonight?

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Blossom Hill red for me (I'm not a classy bloke).

Cheeky little fruity number though with lots of berry fruits. It's doing the job for me.

7 out of 10, I reckon.

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Blossom Hill red for me (I'm not a classy bloke).

Cheeky little fruity number though with lots of berry fruits. It's doing the job for me.

7 out of 10, I reckon.

Botobolar organic Shiraz from Oz, 9.5/10

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I only drink cheap plonk on the meagre pension I get so you would not be interested in the name. :(

Oh alright then it`s Sainsburys Basics Spanish White Wine Vino de Mesa wine for the table not the cellar a medium dry table wine with fresh fruit flavours @ £2-68 a bottle. :D

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Blossom Hill red for me (I'm not a classy bloke).

Cheeky little fruity number though with lots of berry fruits. It's doing the job for me.

7 out of 10, I reckon.

Wine???

Geeza break big man.

btw, jack daniels - OK out of 10.

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Can't abide wine me. :)

I know 'Bart' was being ironic but I am genuine in saying I never touch the stuff. Tastes like a classy alcopop to me; far too strong and far too sweet.

Ale, ale's the stuff...

Doom Bar, Tribute and HSD tonight. With a view across the bay and a low-to-the-horizon yellow moon and good company. It gets no better than this.

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Sweet ?

Well, some of it is but there's much that's as astringent as.

I have a great sensitivity to sweet. When Starr Carr was excavated they found a lot of discarded sloe seeds which it was said evidenced that Neolithic man had a much more robust palate than us.

Well I happily much them as I go walking at this time of year, so I don't find them at all challenging. Slightly dry / alkaline if not ripe.

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Where have the posters' names in the quotes gone? Sort it out, I remain yours faithfully etc. etc.

Bart's use of inverted commas confuses the software. A problem for HPC's often troublesome technical side. Other IP based fora I use do not suffer. Go figure.

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Pint of Margeaux please!

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The home brew ran out weerks ago and I've not got round to putting any more on so have to buy my bloody alcohol at present. Boulstering the "recovery" though, I suppose.

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This week I have been drinking:

Villa De Moreschi, Montepulciano, D'Abruzzo (£8.99 in Sainsbury.........or £8.00 for two at the moment ?????) 9/10

Roc Saint Vincent, Sauvignon Blanc.........10/10

Hic.....Hic.....Hiccc

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Co-op Chilean Merlot at £3.99 a bottle

As an alternative Thatchers Katy Cider. This stuff actually tastes of apples unlike the chemical cocktail of loopy juice that masquerades as Cider in most boozers. It is a class act that converted me from being a 30 year hater of Cider into quite a fan.

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Will I be able to see the sea from Callington?

quote name='Frank Hovis' date='28 August 2010 - 11:06 AM' timestamp='1282946772' post='2689433']

I know 'Bart' was being ironic but I am genuine in saying I never touch the stuff. Tastes like a classy alcopop to me; far too strong and far too sweet.

Ale, ale's the stuff...

Doom Bar, Tribute and HSD tonight. With a view across the bay and a low-to-the-horizon yellow moon and good company. It gets no better than this.

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Will I be able to see the sea from Callingto?[

quote name=Frank Hovis' date='28 August 2010 - 11:06 AM' timestamp='1282946772' post='2689433]

I know 'Bart' was being ironic but I am genuine in saying I never touch the stuff. Tastes like a classy alcopop to me; far too strong and far too sweet.

Ale, ale's the stuff...

Doom Bar, Tribute and HSD tonight. With a view across the bay and a low-to-the-horizon yellow moon and good company. It gets no better than this.

Ah, good you made it down.

Well you will if you watch Home and Away.

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