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    Default Wine lovers unite!

    what have you drunk lately, loved lately and would recommend?

    I'll start, my name is babyla and I'm a sucker for a forest floor Pinot! Tonight I'm drinking a central otago Pinot, chalkboard 2011. Very quaffable!

    Tell me what wine you're on...

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    Ummmm.....I loves me reds.....but I havent been able to get to the bottle-os soooooo (and boy am I going to get flamed for this!!) I am drinking a clean skin from Aldi!! Its a Margaret River Cab Shiraz blend and its just delicious.

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    I love my moscato. I buy a banrock station - it's a lovely wine.

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    I'm currently having my last glass of Stella Bella Sauv Blanc. It's a Margaret River one, and I've found I tend to like Margaret River ones in the past, no matter where they're from. It's really quite nice, and quite boozy too. lol.

    I'm a dry whites girl... Sauv Blanc and Chardonnay are prob my faves, but I don't mind a sparkling either, but not sweet fruity ones. Ew.

    I'm not too fussy though... my palette isn't clever enough to pick up many differences between various wines... so I just usually go by the bottle, the price and the alcohol content (if it's less than 7 standards per bottle, I put it back. lol).

    Later on in the night, I have some Sauv Blanc with a dog on the bottle. Might come back then to add my opinion. (Don't blame me if it's not legible).

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    No flaming here, I've had some ripper clean skins and ripper aldi wines too. Bottoms up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I'm currently having my last glass of Stella Bella Sauv Blanc. It's a Margaret River one, and I've found I tend to like Margaret River ones in the past, no matter where they're from. It's really quite nice, and quite boozy too. lol.

    I'm a dry whites girl... Sauv Blanc and Chardonnay are prob my faves, but I don't mind a sparkling either, but not sweet fruity ones. Ew.

    I'm not too fussy though... my palette isn't clever enough to pick up many differences between various wines... so I just usually go by the bottle, the price and the alcohol content (if it's less than 7 standards per bottle, I put it back. lol).

    Later on in the night, I have some Sauv Blanc with a dog on the bottle. Might come back then to add my opinion. (Don't blame me if it's not legible).
    I prefer a dry white too and bottles with dogs on them always go down well

    I'm more a red drinker but trying to expand my palette to a riesling lately.

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    Hello fellow wine drinkers!

    I love a dry white and even a few bubbles, but like you ladies not fruity.

    In winter though (actually any time) I love a red, especially a blend. Love a church block!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsSS View Post
    Hello fellow wine drinkers!

    I love a dry white and even a few bubbles, but like you ladies not fruity.

    In winter though (actually any time) I love a red, especially a blend. Love a church block!!
    Can I get a wirra wirra!

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    Sure can!!! I just love the warm feeling it gives me.... Oh I'm a little sad aren't I?!

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    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


 

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