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The Official Wine Thread

patrickBOOTH

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Has anybody had a Chinese wine? I watched a documentary that featured an up and coming winery from China and I ca't say that I have ever seen one in a shop.
 

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I love me some spatburgunder and have at least two cases in the cellar. I used to get these litre bottles of a Tesch bottling, just light and fruity, perfect for weekday dinner, for about $13 a bottle.

Just bought two cases of daily drinkers; a lot of Spanish and Italian.
 

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I love me some spatburgunder and have at least two cases in the cellar. I used to get these litre bottles of a Tesch bottling, just light and fruity, perfect for weekday dinner, for about $13 a bottle.

Just bought two cases of daily drinkers; a lot of Spanish and Italian.
Agree. Believe that one was in the €20-23 span. As you said, light and fruity.
 

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Best $10 bottle of red you can buy at this moment.

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