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    Ooh just remembered I don't drink red but DH does and his fave is d'arenberg laughing magpie Shiraz viognier which is about $25.

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    What's your budget? For the $20-$30 you could get a decent sparkling, grant burges and jansz are nice.
    If you're going in with other people and can spend a bit more I'd go bollinger or veuve

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    Budget is $50 and under as this is the Kindy teachers and only me (not going in with anyone)I have bought the school teachers others presents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjalee View Post
    What's your budget? For the $20-$30 you could get a decent sparkling, grant burges and jansz are nice.
    If you're going in with other people and can spend a bit more I'd go bollinger or veuve
    Bugger the teachers, I'd like someone to buy me Veuve, Bollinger or Moet lol!

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    OP- Costco has Mumm champagne on sale for $41 at the moment or $55 for the Rose and Veuve for $54

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    Definitely go with Champagne. It is so special as a gift. Georg Jensen have a bottle out now with a stopper. 2 for $80 if you can find it. Otherwise i agree with Mumm or Moet or an aussie one Chandon.

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    I don't drink wine, cider or beer at all but I have noticed at work that Sav Blanc is by far the most popular wine, followed by Chardonnay. In terms of brands the most common request is for Australian or local. The most popular red is Pepperjack Shiraz.

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    Default What's your favourite alcoholic drink?

    I'd buy a nice white wine or champagne. Im sure they'd be appreciative of anything
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    I agree with others about a nice bottle of bubbles! Veuve, Mumm, Moët.
    I bought a couple of bottles of Australian Pinot noir rose (to cook with allegedly) and it was quite nice - la Boheme or something like that it was called.
    I drink Sav Blanc - just anything labelled from "Marlborough" I personally like

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    My wine twin @TheGooch! Couldn't have said it better. I love a cold glass of Verve Clique!

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