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Re: Wine

Post by eMTe » Fri May 28, 2010 23:01

I would say this Georgian wine from my last link will be ok. Very sunny and fruity. Dont know if you can get it in any nearby shop .
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Re: Wine

Post by Chroelle » Sat May 29, 2010 13:09

What a pity....
I just did a search for it, since it sounds really great, and I can't find a link to a single dealer in Denmark. Will keep looking for it though.
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Re: Wine

Post by eMTe » Tue Jun 08, 2010 17:34

Two new wines to recommend:

Quara Tannat - costs around 20 zlotys here (circa 5 euro). For such a cheap wine it's great, just prepare for lots of violet colour on your lips and tongue.

http://www.quarawine.com/start.htm

Chianti Piccini: http://www.tenutepiccini.it/indexeng.html, search for orange label. Also ruby red, but quite soft and fruity. Must be opened half an hour before serving, at least Ive tried it that way. 28 zlotys (7 euro). Cheap and tasty.

I know that some wines I describe are probably beyond your reach, but some of them should be available. Especially those from large exporters. Im not the freak who would tell you which one is huge exporter and which isnt though. ;)
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Re: Wine

Post by eMTe » Tue Sep 17, 2013 0:50

Afair links to my friend's initiative didnt work properly, because one had to be registered on Facebook. Now, after a couple of years it has become sort of city institution, covered by blogs. And not only, but it's another story.

http://blurppp.com/blog/degustacja-bio- ... obie-wino/

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Zyx wrote:Whiskys, my good man, whiskys. :Cheers:

As for wines, I'm pretty much for Australian and Californian wines. I've no idea why.
Amarone doesn't do the job? ;)
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Re: Wine

Post by eMTe » Mon Jun 29, 2015 0:25

New wine bar has opened, practically across the street from my flat. And I can be spotted, not following the wisdom from my CWF signature reminder. :ninja:

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Re: Wine

Post by Maz » Sat Nov 14, 2015 19:56

Reading these threads bring strange memories. Strange because they are memories of people who I think I knew but never really met... Kind of pseudo knowing you guys :D Wonder what Chillum does nowadays. (as well as many others)...

Speaking of beer.. I visited Poland last spring. I spent a week in Wroclaw. I bought a few beers and vodkas during this trip. Feel free to guess prize of cheapest and most expensive pint of beer I had... And I only drank "normal" beers in pretty regular bars/restaurants... I can tell you my Polish colleagues were pretty astonished by the prize of pint Bought while waiting for my plane in Helsinki %)

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