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    On Sep 21, 7:14*am, Douglas Berry <penguin_...@mindOBVIOUSspring.com>
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    > Australia.


    Oh, no wonder you have opinions about wine. I lived in California for
    about a decade. But not the famous coastal wine areas -- I lived in
    the center where we do better reds. Even so, I am absolutely no
    expert. I'm a "I like what I like" guy.

    I have a very modest wine cellar and on Sunday just finished the last
    of my 1997 Barossa bottles. (sorry I forget the winery). It was a
    little past it's prime but still yummy!

    > http://www.thelittlepenguin.com/lpa/index/:


    Thanks for the link. I'll check it out.

    There are so many wines available, now, that I rarely have luck
    finding a specific one. My buying technique is simple -- I find a
    wine store that has a person there and I ask him/her what will age
    well but is still cheap. That's how I got the Barossa bottles.


    > >When I do drink a white, it's usually a gevurztraminer. *Got any
    > >recommendations for those?

    > Haven't had enough of those to really say.


    We tend to eat the more spicy Mexican and Cajun seafood dishes, so a
    spicy gervurtz holds up well.

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    Default Re: OBAMA AND PELOSI SHOULD BE IN JAIL!

    On Wed, 24 Sep 2008 09:21:20 -0700 (PDT) [email protected]
    carved the following into the hard stone of alt.atheism
    >On Sep 21, 7:14*am, Douglas Berry <penguin_...@mindOBVIOUSspring.com>
    >wrote:
    >> Australia.

    >
    >Oh, no wonder you have opinions about wine. I lived in California for
    >about a decade. But not the famous coastal wine areas -- I lived in
    >the center where we do better reds. Even so, I am absolutely no
    >expert. I'm a "I like what I like" guy.


    I live in the SFBA, and have found wines from all over the state.

    >I have a very modest wine cellar and on Sunday just finished the last
    >of my 1997 Barossa bottles. (sorry I forget the winery). It was a
    >little past it's prime but still yummy!
    >
    >> http://www.thelittlepenguin.com/lpa/index/:

    >
    >Thanks for the link. I'll check it out.
    >
    >There are so many wines available, now, that I rarely have luck
    >finding a specific one. My buying technique is simple -- I find a
    >wine store that has a person there and I ask him/her what will age
    >well but is still cheap. That's how I got the Barossa bottles.


    That works as well as anything else. My wife chooses labels she likes
    for artistic reasons.

    >> >When I do drink a white, it's usually a gevurztraminer. *Got any
    >> >recommendations for those?

    >> Haven't had enough of those to really say.

    >
    >We tend to eat the more spicy Mexican and Cajun seafood dishes, so a
    >spicy gervurtz holds up well.


    I will definitely look into that then. Capsaicin is life!
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