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    Default Recommend me a wine

    So I don't drink wine but I feel like I want to give it a try. Normally if I am having a afternoon/evening drink which is rarely I will have a strongbow I also don't mind a westcoast cooler and if I am having a girls night out then vodka is my drink although my last girls night ended with 1 drink before switching to chamomile tea! So I like sweet drinks but not sickly sweet, someone has suggested Fresita strawberry wine, has anyone had this? What's it like? Or what do you recommend?

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    If you like sweet, go for a moscato.

    The Brown Brothers one is yum!

    Ps if u like ciders that Rekorderling brand is delish too!

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    I like sweet wine and am partial to a bottle or two of Brown Brothers Dolcetto & Syrah (a rose')

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    I should also mention back many many moons ago I tried Wild Peach cask and quiet liked it but you can't get it anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by loodle View Post
    I should also mention back many many moons ago I tried Wild Peach cask and quiet liked it but you can't get it anymore
    My mum used to buy this and we would sneak mouthfuls from the cask!

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    I like a wine with a good 'crunch' so a sauv blanc is my poison.

    If you like a sweet wine I'd go a semillon or a moscato - although I find moscato to be sickly sweet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skullduggery View Post
    I like sweet wine and am partial to a bottle or two of Brown Brothers Dolcetto & Syrah (a rose')
    Yuuuuuuuuum!

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    I don't mind Gossip - sweet lips, cheap and tasty!

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    Your taste sounds exactly like mine - I love sweeter wines but strongbow is my first choice. I don't mind moscato but the alcohol volume is really low in them, so I try to find slightly stronger ones. If I'm going to the trouble of drinking, I like to get a little buzz at least

    When you're cruising the bottleshop, just look for things that say 'late harvest' - this means the grapes have been left on the vine to ripen for longer so are sweeter. Alkoomi late harvest Riesling is a nice one, I'd recommend more brands but most of the ones I know are WA wines so I don't know if it's relevant to you!

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    I'm not a sweet wine drinker but I think Moscato is sickly sweet.
    As a PP said, a late harvest Riesling will be sweet, Chenin Blanc, Pinot Grigio all good.

    If I were you, I'd go to a few wine tastings and see what tickles your fancy!


 

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