What is your fav? Any recommendation?
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^^^French and rice wine?^^^ I am having a glass of Kiwi Sauvignon at the moment, It's my birthday!
Happy birthday, Thaiman! And yes, Margaux and sake, but not at the same time...
Happy birthday, Thaiman!
Of course, if it's the King of wines you're after....
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Did Elvis have his own vineyard, then?
Hmm, what goes well with cheeseburgers and fried banana and peanut butter sandwiches?
Or F1-style Moet?
Thank you Clare and Andrew.
One of the present is a SLR camera that Clare recommended, great camera, thx again
It's Mumm Cordon Rouge these days. Sad Lewis didn't get to shake some on Sunday....
Yes, he must be feeling rather deflated.
A word of advice: Never count the number of empty bottles you put out in the weekly recycling and translate the value into the number of weeks it would take you to upgrade your amp. It's a very slippery slope...
And slippery slopes can be dangerous when you're conshishtenly plashtered...
Nice glass of Port thank you.
Drink most of mine, in bolognese sauce. Goes really well. Doesn't get you sloshed though.
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I missed it but Happy Birthday Thaiman.
Any Australian wines are good value and quality though Hardy's has gone down the tubes a bit of recent times. We're particularly fond of Wyndham BIN 555 Shiraz or BIN 888 Cabernet Merlot. You can't go far wrong with Rosemount Jigsaw Shirax Mataro Grenache either. The best thing is you folks can get all of these wines in your average Sainsburys at pretty uch what we pay for em here.
Or, if you want to trade in a grand's worth of kit you could try a bottle of Penfold's Grange Hermitage.
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