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Many of you are naming things that are not bum wine. Bum wine has to be fortified, to keep you warm and senseless at night.
There's a great website reviewing bum wines here: http://bumwine.com
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7turns wrote:Trader Joe's "Two Buck Chuck" is not bad.
I've only ever had it as sangria (which seems to be its natural habitat) but, yes, no complaints about it at all.
I honestly didn't know the rest of these fit the legal definition of wine. I just assumed they were "wine products."
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On a hot summer day, I sometimes like an ice cold glass of Arbour Mist. Since its 2.97 a bottle, that must make it a bum wine. Heck I can even pour it over ice and not feel like I'm spoiling it
What Contemptible Scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch??
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First bottle of wine for me was Boone's Farm Annie Green Springs. I wasn't even old enough to drive, let alone buy wine. But a bum outside a 7-11 bought it for me. I think I bought 2, one for me and one for him. The viney version of Sprite....
And I may be mis-remembering the name
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