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Old 12-11-2016, 03:20 PM   #31
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As we travel around, we will try local wineries & tastings here & there. If we find one or two that we like we usually by a bottle or 2. It could be white, red or.......
But, when we run out of that we always fall back on the closest Walmart. If they can sell it in a particular state, they usually have a good selection.

We usually like semi-sweet and muscadine is good if you like a "grapey" taste. Our favorite & easiest on our wallet is Family Gallo Moscato, both red & white and at $6.78 for the 1.5 litre it's great for a good tasting wine. Franzia box Moscato is also good but a little harder to find. And as mentioned 5 litres for $17.99 ain't bad!
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Old 12-11-2016, 11:51 PM   #32
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I believe that all wines must breathe properly. If not, I give them mouth to mouth.

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Nuttin like a good bottle of vintage bum wine. Even better if you can find it in a box.
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Old 12-12-2016, 07:28 AM   #35
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Strawberry Hill....yummmmmm..
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Nuttin like a good bottle of vintage bum wine. Even better if you can find it in a box.
Needs more Ripple.




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A work buddy's wife left two bottles of this in my cooler when they stayed with us at the campground. I drank both bottles in about an hour and a half sitting around the campfire. It must be fermented from rat poison. I never caught a buzz, only a headache, and the next day my joints hurt.

Wine phooey, Good bourbon is the new wine.
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