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jomarch wrote:Why does what wine you prefer to drink have to be seasonal? I prefer to drink a nice crisp Reisling year round. If I make any change in the fall it might be to some good hard cider. I do, however, believe that Gluhwein should only be consumed in the bitterly cold winter months - preferrably after a long day spent skiing in the Alps or walking through a Kristkindlmarkt.
The hard cider. Good Hard Cider.
Oh, and a warm fire.
If you want, you pay...
But, if you need, you pay more!
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Can we just stop these, please?
"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke
"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen
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bsanf3 wrote:I don't drink specific wines because of the season.
Agreed, our wine pick is based on dinner that is being served or guest preference when they are over.
"War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse..." - John Stuart Mill
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Definitely not a seasonal wine drinker here. Barely a wine drinker as it is - we have a large backlog here of gifted wines that we haven't gotten around to trying. Where's the option for "the next one on the rack with a fun label"?
tons o' screaming monkeys (yay!)
almost no Box of Cobwebs in the past few years (boo :-< )
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I like this years Beaujolais Nouveau. It is usually better later in the year.
FIGHTING CRIME AND INDIFFERENCE SINCE 8:32 THIS MORNING
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Sauternes feels like fall to me, but I don't drink it often.
"You need to invest in a corkscrew. Wine is for drinking." -- Peter Wellington