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I voted but, honestly, I don't remember it's been so long ago.
*I* have FIVE Quality Posts! no, seriously...how did that happen?!
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My Uncle Bud made scuppernong wine and kept it in a very large crock. This sweet wine was my first taste - not sure of the age of me or the wine. He made it for medicinal purposes and never had a well day until it was gone.
Blessed is the man who, having nothing to say, abstains from giving us wordy evidence of the fact. - George Eliot
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Back in the late 70's the legal drinking age was 18 (in NC). But I still was't old enough. However the law wasn't really enforced. I could walk into just about any 7-11 & buy a bottle of Boone's Farm. Strawberry Hill was our favorite. I always looked young for my age so it was just that the store clerks didn't care. Kind of scary when I think back on it now. Oh, and I could go to night clubs without getting 'carded'. I never had a fake id.
10 quality post! Whoo hoo! I'M SOMEBODY!!!
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Fifteen, used to drink the cheap glass gallon jug wine at friends' parties. Carlo Rossi, I believe.
And my first drunk experience was off a single tall glass of Mad Dog 20/20 (whether anyone counts that as "wine" or not).
Didn't really get to experience good wine till my early 20s, I suppose.
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