Which wine are you drinking? Tell us about it

Yes, the licensing laws and regulations are dismal in Canada. I don’t really understand why. But Qobuz won’t even do business with us. I know that’s a different set of regulations, but the source issue is most likely similar.
I didn’t realise that the US have some issues like that as well.

Beatiful background too.

The background of that photo includes my son playing Nintendo, 7 Naim boxes and an SL2.

So, yes, beautiful things. :slightly_smiling_face:

Bless him! Was he the rugby league fan?

Yes, but he preferred Union

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NAS Martinet Cami Pessaroles 2011.
60/40 Carignan:Grenache
Bricking colour with lovely sweet plum and leather in a voluptuous initial palate. Has a slightly tannic finish that matches well with slow cooked short rib roast on this cold midwinter Matariki NZ night

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A friend called round last night to share this very pleasant bottle .

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A strictly everyday Malbec from the co-op
Notable for stating that it is suitable for Vegans

And goes nicely with spicy sausages and steak

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White wine with sparkling water :sweat_smile:

I’d never tried Juliénas until we stayed in Beaujolais a couple of weeks ago. We went to the Château de Juliénas for a tasting and bought a case of various wines. This Le Clos is their posh one, and it’s absolutely delightful. Unlike being in Beaujolais it’s bloody freezing tonight, so we had dinner indoors!

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Selection from yesterday’s lunch - a once a year event hosted by our company for employess of 10 yrs service and more (21 in my case ) list of wines attached - all superb wine of the day for me Chablis Les Clos



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How was the Brunello?

Nice one from the Haags, perfect to Salmon from the BBQ, Fennel Salad, 30 centigrades at the balcony and some Glasto listening :ok_hand:

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Big fan of FH wines

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Yes, great producer, even the dry ones are great, I love the semi-dry ones from them, just a universal food companion, also to a crispy duck :wink:

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Summer pudding with a Barsac. Luscious, peachy, quite intense. Now where is that pudding?

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Exceptional took about 20 mins in glass to shine, served with lamb

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Waitrose have this Puisseguin Saint Emillion on sale irregularly, including this weekend. Lovely!

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Have tried that a few times before, generally when on offer.

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Interesting one from Tesco:

Under a tenner, £8 at Sainsburys. Pretty full-bodied and could easily hold its own against some double the price.

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