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    either for me.

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    wouldn't bother me at all- my favorite wine is actually a cheapy haha I agree with some.. in that I like the cool labels/ bottles etc over expense of the wine

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    I'd love it from a well known winery. Something from m.river or SA. Price is definitely irrelevant. I was bought a bottle of grange for my birthday (it was $850!) and I've had better bottles at a fraction of the price. Should have just kept it instead of drinking it!

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    my fav wine is $5.50 by banrock station....love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    I'd love it from a well known winery. Something from m.river or SA. Price is definitely irrelevant. I was bought a bottle of grange for my birthday (it was $850!) and I've had better bottles at a fraction of the price. Should have just kept it instead of drinking it!
    OMG!!! $850!!!! I thought $90 on a was the bees knees!!!

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    I'd rather it be something I like drinking, a decent NZ SSB can be picked up for around $20

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    I'm always happy with any wine as a gift, I think it's my fave gift to recieve cos I love it and it would never go to waste. But to answer your specific question I would choose the latter, I think an exclusive bottle like that is at least just as impressive/attractive as an expensive bottle maybe more so, to me I'd prefer it because it sounds more special


 

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