coldharvest wrote:JITW wrote:Fuck your mother
look what happened when his Father did
And I'm not the only mutant with an internet connection that came out of her.
pilpte wrote:...it is hard to find "good" cheap wine, because there are a ton of labels out there. and by cheap i mean something in the $8-12 range. i have found great everyday drinking wines under $8 but you gotta be an experience quaffer to find them. myself, i like italian wines; i don't like sweet stuff at all and italians tend to be too dry for the average US wino. my cheap italian pick is antinori "santa cristina"; which can usually be had at good supermarkets that sell wines.
lots of peeps like yellowtail; depends on the grape...some are more harsh than others. i think most of the low end CA reds are harsh; you definitely can get destroyed on them but it ain't gonna be a delightful experience. the south american reds are a better bet and usually a better value. most low end whites taste the same; you want to play it safe buy a chard, pinot gris, riesling/gurz, savy blanc...
save any sutter home wine for cooking only...
shivers wrote:I'm back to my refreshing summertime standby: vinho verde.
roach coach wrote:Stateside, it's hit-or-miss with Charles Shaw from Trader Joe's. A lot of their products of good quality, but the wine can a mid-shelf surprise or turpentine. So far, that's the cheapest I could recommend. It's provided for some lovely times in the BFC chat room.
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