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Old 06-12-2012, 10:23 PM
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ohhhh, they ship

My favorite wine ships...though here I can buy it anywhere, even gas stations lol

http://www.stjameswinery.com/shop/wi...ageID=&CartID=
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I did see that earlier today Green, I just want to make sure I can drink wine on a regular basis before spending money to ship
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I'm such a MFing baller, Ryan and I are going to curl up on the sofa, drink this wine, and watch Homeward Bound!!!!
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Oh definitely lol...I was just excited because I never thought to check...and I forgot the important part of that message.....the screw off top
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Oh definitely lol...I was just excited because I never thought to check...and I forgot the important part of that message.....the screw off top
Hahaha! That would have been nice tonight!!
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:47 PM
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I know it's been mentioned, but I just wanted to put in my vote for Beringer White Zinfendel. First of all, it's cheap - about $5 a bottle. But I can think of at least three people - plus myself - who said they never liked wine until they tried that one. It's a very light taste. And it goes with everything.

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I like cheap wine, my favorite is Arbor Mist, black berry.
I just tried this last weekend - bought it because it was cheap - and DID NOT like it, LOL. It tasted like kool aide. I thought it might be more drinkable if it were mixed with wine, but I haven't gotten back to the store to buy a wine.
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:50 PM
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I love this thread. I usually end up mixing my wine with juice because I'm a weenie. There's some great suggestions here.
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Old 06-12-2012, 11:07 PM
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Oh definitely lol...I was just excited because I never thought to check...and I forgot the important part of that message.....the screw off top
You know, the German wines are usually in screw top bottles, and if it's good enough technology for the Germans, I'm not gonna scoff!

I've read a few articles recently, too, that discussed screw-tops vs. traditional corks where even die-hard afficionados were convinced that modern screw tops were actually superior.

Although the synthetic corks that most of the Aussie wines use are pretty cool.

BTW: Alice White Vineyard's Lexia is a good one to try if you're looking for something lighter and sweeter. It's really got a lovely taste.

*written as I sit here with a glass of BotaBox' Malbec, which is okay, although not as good as their old Vine Zinfandel.

Some of the box wines aren't bad, and if you don't drink much at a time are a good way to go since they don't go bad. Franzia makes a nice White Zinfandel and White Grenache. BotaBox' reds are really decent. I stick to reds mostly now because they have a significantly lower carb count.
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Irish Mead is delicious
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I like wine, but am picky. I actually cannot stand moscato anymore! Way, way, way too sweet!!! I dont have favorite brands, and I like white more then red on average. I do not like dry reds, but I can stand them better now then when I was younger. I like pinot noir for reds, and reasling for whites.
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