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    Maybe buy her a bottle of yellow glen jewel - its sweeter & lighter than regular champagne (and only like 3.5 standard drinks to the bottle )

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    my fav's when i do have a drink (not often these days)

    vodka, with half lemonade half pineapple juice.

    i like champagne rather than wine - i like the pink variety of killawarra dusk

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    You can get pink moscato... moscato is good because it is only around 6% alcohol.. i swear by Brown Brothers wines!

    Just asked DD and she loves Midori with pineapple juice!

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    Thanks everyone. I am so clueless it's not funny. We had a hour long convo today about what she should try but being a non drinker i am not too much help.

    She doesn't want to get rotten drunk but would like something that she could drink socially. I couldn't see her in a busy night club but more of a wine bar sort of place. She can't cope with crowds.

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    Sassy - really I don't find Shiraz strong - but perhaps to some it is. Loving6 - maybe a Merlot would suit better then? Or like Sassy said Pinot Noir or Pinot Grigio would suit.

    If she is going to a wine bar, they will happily recommend something by the glass.

    I personally don't like Champagne/really sweet wines - they make me feel ill.

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    My drop of choice is Sauvignon blanc, but it's quite dry.

    Brown brothers dolcetto & syrah (literally means sweet shiraz) is a sweet red wine, which is served chilled. It's quite a popular one, along with Moscato.

    There is always the vodka cruiser range (yuck!), it's usually popular with the younger crowd.

    Apple cider is lovely and refreshing. I like dry cider, but you can get them sweet as well.

    For bubbles, she might like Yellowglen Bella..it's nice and fruity.

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    ive never liked cruisers, i can never taste the alcohol so drink them quick like a can of coke.

    personally im a bundy drinker but thats not really girly!! malibu is really nice(coconut rum), mixed with coke. midori is also nice, i like it with milk.

    i think beer and wine are aquired tastes, i still havnt aquired the 'matured' palate at 26 for them!!! saying that i drank a bit of peach wine when i was young, its cask goon but not as alcoholic as normal wine.

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    She should try lindemans early harvest sav blanc or any of the jewel range by yellow glen, all light in alcohol & taste lovely. It will get her used to the taste of wine & slowly introduce her to the affects of alcohol.

    I would avoid the pre-mixed drinks or spirits in general. Far too easy to drink & then the affects of alcohol will hit her without her knowing it!

    Goodluck, she sounds like a very responsible young lady.

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    As for red wines - I find merlot is smooth and soft, Shiraz is dry and very full (my fave red).

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