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Offline AshSimmonds

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Offline RS


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used to be when i worked for Andrew Garrett Wines, don't drink it much anymore.

doesn't help i can't drink red :(
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Offline mondi

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doesn't help i can't drink red :(

Poor Bugger!!!   :(


I love my Reds.  Shiraz is my Fav.

Hmmmm, Bogans drinking fine wines, what's the world coming to!!   :p



Offline RS


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Poor Bugger!!!   :(


I love my Reds.  Shiraz is my Fav.

Hmmmm, Bogans drinking fine wines, what's the world coming to!!   :p

next they'll be driving exotics

alergic to red, to the point where the smell makes me feel ill
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Offline B2

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next they'll be driving exotics

alergic to red, to the point where the smell makes me feel ill

That's a shame.  It's ok if its a chioce.



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Anyone know if Chateau Yaldara 1969 Rich Old Port is any good?

Not that I would drink them but I have no idea about wine (or anything alcoholic for that matter)



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I'm half pissed right now as my youngest pulled a bottle out the rack, and dropped it onto a lower bottle and smashed the neck off... so now I have a wine soaked carpet in the study and it smells like a pub.


Clever little fella broke the cheap wine and saved the good wone though  :thumbsup:



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I'm half pissed right now as my youngest pulled a bottle out the rack, and dropped it onto a lower bottle and smashed the neck off... so now I have a wine soaked carpet in the study and it smells like a pub.


Clever little fella broke the cheap wine and saved the good wone though  :thumbsup:


yep...you sure are
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Offline AshSimmonds

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Church Block is probably my favourite (red meat) dinner wine, a red cab sav/merlot/shiraz blend which is really smooth and just makes you smile after every mouthful.  It's usually $35-50 at the table for an '05-06 I think, but I find it to be a really "long" wine (if that makes sense) - I'm a fairly fast and hard drinker but I find myself taking a long time to get through a glass of Church Block, plus it's got a meaty and just slightly bitter flavour to it, kinda like... beef jerky! :p

Tonight's is an '03, a gift from the gf.  I wanted to save it but she's been busy all week - I made it until about 10pm tonight. :D  Have really enjoyed it though - as I pour the penultimate glass I begin preparing a dinner of lamb shank in rosemary jus and roast potatoes with garlic, screaming seeds, chilli and various herbs.

:yummy:



Offline dkabab

Church Block is probably my favourite (red meat) dinner wine, a red cab sav/merlot/shiraz blend which is really smooth and just makes you smile after every mouthful.  It's usually $35-50 at the table for an '05-06 I think, but I find it to be a really "long" wine (if that makes sense) - I'm a fairly fast and hard drinker but I find myself taking a long time to get through a glass of Church Block, plus it's got a meaty and just slightly bitter flavour to it, kinda like... beef jerky! :p

Tonight's is an '03, a gift from the gf.  I wanted to save it but she's been busy all week - I made it until about 10pm tonight. :D  Have really enjoyed it though - as I pour the penultimate glass I begin preparing a dinner of lamb shank in rosemary jus and roast potatoes with garlic, screaming seeds, chilli and various herbs.

:yummy:

did you warm it up?



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