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Red Wine fucking owns!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Smooth Groover, scene points to you!

Currently Im into Beaujolais-Villages. Which is a french red wine. Lovely.

I used to do a weekly wine review on the Element 106 forum which will be resuming next week. :rockon:

Also try Wolf Blass, yellow and Red label and Isla Negro (African red) but beware the headache!

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Red Wine fucking owns!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Smooth Groover' date=' scene points to you!

Currently Im into Beaujolais-Villages. Which is a french red wine. Lovely.

I used to do a weekly wine review on the Element 106 forum which will be resuming next week. :rockon:

Also try Wolf Blass, yellow and Red label and Isla Negro (African red) but beware the headache![/quote']

lol I shall :up:

I look forward to your review :cheers:

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you can fair spot the younguns here

"I like lambrusco"...ho ho, does mummy give you a babysham at christmas too ?

we've had this thread before, and I do reccomend the Brown Brothers "terrango" (chilled red, on a summers day...spiffing dears, spiffing)

I am off to Oz in March, and I am going to visit the BB's Vineyard (my own mini "sideways"...he he)

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I would say I'm more of a white fan than red, drinking red at room temperature always makes it seem like its off or something!! I quite like ros because it combines the two. However I've not been in my Bernard Black wine drinking phase for about 6 months.... thought i'd punish my liver with other noxious contaminants :D

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I used to be a red fan, but lately I have been converted to the pleasures of white as well. Whoever reccomended wolf blass is spot on. On the flipside, south african wine tastes awful to me. Always seems to have a really unpleasant aftertaste.

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had some spiifing rose the other day.. riveria something.

it was actually so fine.. the 3 of us drank a crate. Lucikily, the stuff is like 9% so no probs.

I hate wine that tastes like nail varnish remover.

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I'm normally a white wine drinker but have just started on the red. I usually just go for anything that's on offer in sainsbury's for around the 4 though. got a bottle of kumala for tonight (their white is great so i hope the red is).

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My red wine tip is take risks, i found some rather excellent australian stuff a while back from Asda by randomly picking a bottle :D

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i worked for a Laithwaites (mail order wine ppl), they kept giving me free bottles for doing well. I dont like wine though! I have 2 cases of 12 sitting downstairs, my poor mum is going to be an alkie lol!!

El Bombero is really populer, so is Il Papavero.

too bloody many types of wine out there, and too many are hard to prononce

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Not the biggest fan of Italian wines but yeah, they are good if your on a budget. Also look out for the bargains at the end of the Wine section in Tesco Danestone, Isla Negros (African red) was half price at Xmas time so that meant it was 2.99 per bottle, although, beware the hangover. :cheers:

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red wine rocks.

I'm a fan of most varieties although a good Cabernet Shiraz goes down a treat...

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