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dukech1 04-06-2009 01:03 AM

What wine do you drink?
This is sure to start something, but if any of you drink wine, what is it? Personally, in addition to Bud light , I like a homegrown Texas wine, my favorites are St. Genivieve Red and Fall Creek vineyards Merlot. I also like Jameson's Irish Whiskey and good old Jack Daniels(Black). I make my own beer and mead from time to time.

cpttango30 04-06-2009 01:09 AM

Sierra Nevada's Bigfoot Ale. Which is a Barley wine. Will that work?

dukech1 04-06-2009 01:14 AM

As a homebrewer, Sierra Nevada, is always a good choice! Nice flavor, good hops aroma! Good choice!

skullcrusher 04-06-2009 01:19 AM

Wild Irish Rose anyone?

Just kidding. If I have to (2x's per year) I will never turn down the Caymus Conundrum. It is getting harder to find, but it goes with everything and the flavour (..vour) is awesome. Not very cheap, tho. :D

mrm14 04-06-2009 01:42 AM

Edna Valley Vinyards (San Louis Obisbo, Ca.) & Clos Du Bois (Sonoma, Ca.)

These are the ones I consume for now. The Merlots for cooking and table, sometimes a Pineot Noir with smoked meats and the Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and White Zifandel's with most any meal.

Drink beer also but not as much as I used to. But this is a "Wine Thread"

If theres a "Beer Thread" started I'll go further into this there.

skullcrusher 04-06-2009 01:50 AM


Originally Posted by mrm14 (Post 91360)
If theres a "Beer Thread" started I'll go further into this there.

Why not start a 'beer thread' on your own and lay it out there? I'm sure there are many beer lovers here, and not just those that buy the common stuff for daily consumption. Home brewers here, too.

.22hustler 04-06-2009 01:52 AM

I make a kick-butt concord grape wine that tastes like mad-dog, (Mogen David).Right now we have peach wine, raspberry wine, my concord grape, and a few bottles of hard cider... Now I have to ask the question of myself, why am I saving all this for??? Plus alot of different asti's....

dunerunner 04-06-2009 02:21 AM

For the money, Clos Du Bois produces great wines. Although a large production winery their Briarcrest Cabernet Savignon, Marlstone (Bordeaux Style Cabernet) and reserve series wines are excellent!! Story winery is a small family winrey in Plymouth, Ca. has some outstanding Zinfandels as does Madrona winery in Camino, Ca.. The Madrona 2005 Zinfandel was spectacular!

Where is the Beer thread? Found it

c3shooter 04-06-2009 03:36 AM

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Well I like a taste of Duckhorn Merlot now and again....

c3shooter 04-06-2009 03:50 AM

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Sorry- wrong pic- but this is what I can usually afford:

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