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DirtyHarry

Favorite Grape Juice

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Red: Bonfio Chianti Classico - $9/bottle

White: Marchais Vouvrey - $8/bottle

 

And the new top-secret everyday drinkable: Black Box Merlot (wine in a box - it's rad) - $20 / box (equivalent of 4 bottles). cool.gif

 

Wuz yours? Post up. No 2 buck chuck - that stuff sucks thumbs_down.gif

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Red: Altano Duoro (Portuguese) ca. $8

San Giorgio Sangiovese, usually $5 or so--reliably tasty for the price point

 

Ain't had much white, 'specially not lately.

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Wuz yours? Post up. No 2 buck chuck - that stuff sucks thumbs_down.gif

 

We part company right there SIR.

 

Chuck has a Napa version (Rutherford and another one too) which I like as well. I like all the Aussie yellowtails for everyday wines that are easy on the wallet and readily avail.

 

Sometimes I'll trip over a French reds that rules and I'll buy a couple of cases and swill until they're gone, and then I cannot find it again or even remember what they were.

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I trid the Aussie yellowtail (shiraz) and didn't care much for it. no sirree.

 

Columbia Wineries, on the other hand, makes a bitchin' shiraz.

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I like Welches. Yum!!

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what about if you drop some yeast in there and let it sit behind the fridge for a month?

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It figures that you'd drink something in a screw-cap that you found next to a dumpster...

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It figures that you'd drink something in a screw-cap that you found next to a dumpster...

 

yeah, as opposed to your favorite drink, as discussed a few months back. hahaha.gif

 

I actually prefer a dolcetto d'alba or a bordeaux any day of the week. btw, moon.gif

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