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Old 06-24-2012, 12:17 AM   #31
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It's not my favorite! I'm a big fan of Berringer from CA or Pindar from NY those are my favorites but cost a whole lot more!

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Brian, back off, you don't even drink wine, unless there's nothing else left over...

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Besides, have you ever had a Marylin Merlot? Some of those are going several hundred dollars a bottle, all out of Sonoma and Napa. I have several vintages if you can afford them...
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Besides, have you ever had a Marylin Merlot? Some of those are going several hundred dollars a bottle, all out of Sonoma and Napa. I have several vintages if you can afford them...
oohhhh are you inviting me over for a tasting
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To be honest it's awful. Was a gift the wife got from a friend. 2004 kenwood jack London merlot. $25'ish a bottle and probably my favorite wine on this earth.

Ed. I need to get you a bottle so that you will help me tune up the heep.
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Besides, have you ever had a Marylin Merlot? Some of those are going several hundred dollars a bottle, all out of Sonoma and Napa. I have several vintages if you can afford them...
Expensive doesn't mean it's good. I've seen it but never had it. Wasn't a favorite where I was at.
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Not only that, I have a vintage cask of Amontillado, if you'd care to come down to my cellar...
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Besides, have you ever had a Marylin Merlot? Some of those are going several hundred dollars a bottle, all out of Sonoma and Napa. I have several vintages if you can afford them...
I've actually had the merlot.
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I'm waiting for mine to age... It's in the cellar with the Amontillado...
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Not only that, I have a vintage cask of Amontillado, if you'd care to come down to my cellar...
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To be honest it's awful. Was a gift the wife got from a friend. 2004 kenwood jack London merlot. $25'ish a bottle and probably my favorite wine on this earth.

Ed. I need to get you a bottle so that you will help me tune up the heep.
Considering you heep I think it will take several bottles, plus another cask of Amontillado...
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Bah, I just need to do things like fuel filters and stuff. Saving some cash to just pay someone to fix the cracked header and leaky steering box. Considering my current schedule and lack of a drive way I'm never going to get to them for months. So rather just have them fixed.

Not really a sherry fan tbh.

I'm really kinda snobbish when it comes to wine. I blame the fact that I started to learn about wines at a country club and worked the members into buying me stuff all the time. Amazing what drunk rich people will buy to 'show off how rich' they are.

And If you say you like prisoner I'm gonna be sad.
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Considering you heep I think it will take several bottles, plus another cask of Amontillado...
So is that all it takes..............a few good bottles of wine and I can get you to work on my jeep. woohoo!
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Bah, I just need to do things like fuel filters and stuff. Saving some cash to just pay someone to fix the cracked header and leaky steering box. Considering my current schedule and lack of a drive way I'm never going to get to them for months. So rather just have them fixed.

Not really a sherry fan tbh.

I'm really kinda snobbish when it comes to wine. I blame the fact that I started to learn about wines at a country club and worked the members into buying me stuff all the time. Amazing what drunk rich people will buy to 'show off how rich' they are.

And If you say you like prisoner I'm gonna be sad.
If I say I like the Prisoner you should be scared...
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The quality of a wine really has nothing to do with price. There are excellent vintages that can be had for under fifty dollars a bottle. Then there are those that go for hundreds of dollars a bottle that, as far as I'm concerned, would be hard pressed to be considered as a cooking wine.
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The quality of a wine really has nothing to do with price. There are excellent vintages that can be had for under fifty dollars a bottle. Then there are those that go for hundreds of dollars a bottle that, as far as I'm concerned, would be hard pressed to be considered as a cooking wine.
Couldn't agree more. Like I said my favorite bottle is around $25. I've had wine that costed more than my rent check and didn't like it. That's the beauty of wine. People forgot that wine was the drink of the people also. People grew their own grapes and made their own wines for centuries. I have relatives in south France that grow their own grapes, go threw the entire process of making wine and don't sell it at all. It's for their own use. My sister returned from Europe with a few bottles. We had them and they were truly some of the best wine I'd ever had. In fact I'd actually go as far as to say some of the best drink I'd ever had.
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