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When it comes to wine I am not much of a conniseur . I was raised on home made wine. The recepie was 3 boxes of red grape to 1 box of white grapes. It was aged in barrels obtained from one of the big distillers. My old ma was a dispatcher for a trucking company. The wine was an amber color and had a kick worse than a mule. Now I buy my wine in a box, it's a classy box. I drink white Zinfandel. Being on a fixed (broken) income I tend to go for the cheap stuff, when I drink.
 
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YEP! Let's hear it for CHEAP!


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Lol, yup.....I like some expensive wines, but, some "cheap" wines are just as good. Guess which I go for?White Zin is usually very good. I like beer too.


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Oh, yeah, Boartooth! Careful shopping sometimes uncovers decent reds in the $5 to $7 range. Guinness is always a comparatively good bargain, thank goodness. I usually like my whiskey straight, but only two drinks a week so a bottle does last a while. A friend and I did once cobble together a still and run off some whiskey. He liked it okay but wasn't impressed with it.


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Ya, with distilled "Hootch" ageing and other factors have a big effect.


Beer is proof that God loves us,and wants us to be happy-B. Franklin
 
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Ya, with distilled "Hootch" ageing and other factors have a big effect.



That's why bootleggers drove so slowly; give it time to age a bit. Cool


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LOlolol.


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