What kind of wine do you like?

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    The price is right for 2 free jugs of homemade wine. :dunno:
     
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    What kind of wine do you like?
    The Kind I Can't Afford To Just Drink
    Vintage Wines Are Delicious, Unlike All New Wines
    -- No Matter Where They're From
    The Wines I Want
    You Have To Buy New, And Let Them Sit For 15-20yrs
    Sorry, They Ain't Gonna Make It

    So I Just Make Sangrias
    Sans The Rum Or Other Hard Liquors.
    Wine, Triple Sec, Fruit With 7-Up Or Ginger Ale
     
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    Malbec
     
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    I fear I've become a total wine snob because I started like we all do--with "wine coolers" in college (for those of you of a certain age). Then on to White Zin (ugh) and Rose, then on to various whites, then sweet reds. Now I love the dreaded Cabernet Sauvignon, which I used to hate. And I fear I've been ruined to white wine forever--it's just too sweet and fruity to me now.

    I love a variety of reds: Pinot Noir, Zin, cabs, blends. Don't need an expensive wine, but certain prices can guarantee you're not going to get a good wine. Anything around $7-8/bottle, you can get a really drinkable wine. In my humble and not snobby opinion, I hope.
     
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    sweet wines, mostly; unless i just want to get drunk.
     
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    Sauvignon blanc exclusively.
     
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    This Isn't About The Wine
    It's The Cheese

    Is Mold On The Edge Of Cheese
    Like Bread Mold, Generally Harmless ??
     
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    Chardonnay
     

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