@petra150 Guess what... That's precisely what I do. lol
What grape variety do you prefer. I'm most into German and French wine, perhaps as I'm north European ofcauce, and all during my life I'd been introduced to French Bordeaux and burgundy and German Riesling too. But also California wines are great as Napa valley wines a Chardonnay from Camus and mt. Veeder and cheaper Hand Craft Chardonnay , Chateau Ste. Michelle Chardonnay 2018 a super wine at 10-15 $ pr. bt
@petra150 To be entirely truthful I am not a huge/big wine drinker, therefore I really don't have any preference at all... I'm more your G & T, Bacardi & Coke, Baileys type girl.
Gin been the new trend in Denmark, the younger generations seems to drink much mor boose
Thank you for the A1 BC.
Invest in burgundy it give a payback rate at 38%
Hummm great to know... please if you want to, just check the Manengouba mountain and it's mythic 2 lakes female and male... then I can help you develop a plan.
sound fine, well i'm into that US wine have becoming too expencive in concideration of value for money, I'd used to drink Opus one , Screaming Eagen , Harlan estate or Dominus , and also Domaine Drohin from Oregon , but we think they all are getting too expencive, we still have a few Opus One from 1986 and 1996 , and some Camus 1996, but think we get more value from money , by chosing minor growere from Burgundy and Bordeaux , we prefer small Cote de Beaune , and ofcause Campolle Musigny as its the most feminine wine ever made, hubbu though love Clos de Beze of Champertin, but usally we stick to Volnay or in the other end of burgundy Fixin. But great wines are made in Macon too, in an hole different price scale, but they are fine as young wines, and I can recomend there white chardonnay Macon
Yes I know Mâcon little city... I have lived 14 years in France... then having no opportunity to address a business I left.
Unfortunately red burgundy is rare to see, as pinot noir is harder to grow , and burgundy is produced in small amounts
We too drink cap Sauvignon til, as most Bordeaux vine are mainly produced with a big amount of cap. sau. Grape
Thanks for the MHO
Sorry but my knowledge on wine is far better than on British/ us abbreviations. I always get stuck on them. We try to get a glass too, but as a night duty worker I need to be very cautious
good to know when not to drink...
Dit MHO mean " my honest opinion" ?, Yes I need to tak care as a Lot of wine has a lot of alcohol % , it's not unusual a red wine from Spain or Italy is 15%
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oh yes our greatest hobby , and we collect much wines too, use quit a lot of money on good quality wines, while none of us smoke , wine is our passion, I could heighly recomend Burgundy wines red and white, as we become more mature we tend to drink more white wine too, But when it get cold in Denmark we drank more redwine as the food needed red wine too.