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    Nothing better than wine and cheese! I'd love my neighbour to have a vineyard!

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    Dry white... current favourite/s is any Sauvignon Blanc from NZ, yum!!!

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    I really enjoy a lovely Passion Pop. Brings back warm and sickly sweet memories of other kid's backyards in high school :yes.

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    Sav Blanc is a little too dry for me. Verdello is my favourite not sweet but not too dry. I struggle a bit with strong reds (dh loves Shiraz) but like a nice Pinot noir.

    Nice to know there are other folks on bh that actually drink wine!!

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    Love most of them - I pretty much claim to drink any red (def will NOT knock any wine back, regardless of cost), but interestingly, since having bub have been craving mostly whites (sav blancs or I unwooded chardy's).

    The running joke is that there is no way we could have a lovely wine rack or fridge coz there would never be any on display - I'd drink them all!

    No, really, I am not a plonko!!!!! :-/

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    Ohh I love an unwooded Chardonnay too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lulu 2 View Post
    I am makIng my way slowly thru a very well matured bottle of 2007 merlot from the neighbors vineyard went wine tasting last weekend but bought mostly cheese as I have enough bottles to get thru already lol
    Wish I lived next door to a vineyard! Awesome

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    mmm...wine.

    I'm a Shiraz fan, but have also been known to partake of a few glasses of bubbly... like tonight for instance I'm a South Aussie, so I'm partial to a Barossa red. I also don't mind a girly moscato. Lol... I sound like a boozehound

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    I'm planning a trip to sa to drink lots of wine..... Hopefully next year for my birthday. Must tell hubby of these plans!

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    They are actually my PILs neighbors we used to live on the farm but are in the city now and still call them the neighbors but I drop in every chance I get to have a tipple of the wines and they have a lovely restaurant too which is great when everyone wants to drink as we can walk lol. My folks live 40 kms down the rd and are surrounded by winery's and a very nice cheese factory. It makes visiting very pleasant indeed


 

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