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    Red - I like Church Block. It's a blend that isn't too heavy and is very consistent over the vintages.

    White - Catalina Sound Sav Blanc is a lovely one under $20.

    I had a really nice Pinot Grigio the other day but can't for the life of me remember the name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    Red - I like Church Block. It's a blend that isn't too heavy and is very consistent over the vintages.

    White - Catalina Sound Sav Blanc is a lovely one under $20.

    I had a really nice Pinot Grigio the other day but can't for the life of me remember the name.
    I second Church Block

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    Brown brothers moscato. Soooo good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    Brown brothers moscato. Soooo good.
    Brown brothers is a great brand.

    Sent from my magical black talky thingy using bubhub

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post
    Wine novice question - is Pinot Noir 'sweet'? I cannot recall drinking this variety before.
    I wouldn't say it's sweet, it might be fruity depending on lots of factors. It's usually a more light-medium bodied red. It is very receptive to the processes it undertakes when being made so has a broad range of descriptors. Try a good bottle like Farr Rising (not overly expensive for a good pinot) and you'll get hooked if you don't mind a red

    Some good pinots to try might be, Cold******, Freycinet, Kooyong estate. Well worth trying.

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    Another Brown Brothers fan. My favourite is Dolcetto & Syrah. Sweet, lightly sparkling and served chilled.

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    Brown brothers couchin Riesling here! Yum yum


    ~Isla Rohmaine arriving sept 2013 and a baby makes 3!

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    My white of choice is Four Sisters Sauvignon Blanc Semillon , about $16. It's a nice light, crisp wine, just the way I like it

    *I can haz typos*

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    I buy most of my wine from Grays Online....its dirt cheap and you get some really really nice ones there. At the mo my favorite one is Starfish Cab Sav and I got a case for $2 per bottle

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    Giesen Sauvignon blanc
    Stoneleigh Sauvignon blanc
    Anything by penfolds- reds
    Wirra wirra church block
    Just had a bottle of Lou Miranda estate Shiraz last night which was lovely

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