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Originally posted by EMGM EMGM wrote:

Australian 19 Crime red wine is on offer in Morrisons. £10 down to £8.50 plus 25% off as well. No brainer. Clap

Going to make you sick here - got some bottles on Thursday at £9 less 25%. I am with you a good slurp at £7-8 a bottle. Enjoy.LOL
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19 crimrs becoming something of a sf fan favourite, i had a cab sav bread and butter yday napa valley nice enough jist the rugby let it downWink
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Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

19 crimrs becoming something of a sf fan favourite, i had a cab sav bread and butter yday napa valley nice enough jist the rugby let it downWink

Have you tried the 19 crimes yet RR.? 
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Had one was good, silly q but us each one the same or diff crimes diff wines?
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Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Had one was good, silly q but us each one the same or diff crimes diff wines?

Original one I had was plain 19 Crimes. Another I think is 19 Crimes The Rebellion or The Uprising apparently stored in Rum barrels. I have also had 19 Crimes with coffee added. Original best for me by a long way. Coffee added was not to my taste. 
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Ecchh i can’t abide coffee Cry
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Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Ecchh i can’t abide coffee Cry

Not a great coffee man myself unless, of course, it's accompanied by a shot of brandy ( Spanish or Greek Metaxa if possible). 
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Originally posted by Turkpower Turkpower wrote:

Kahlua
Remember that in the seventies. 

Berni Inns were very popular. Steak with all the trimmings and after dessert, what else but a coffee with cream floating on top and the unseen but very tasty Kahlua- moreish wasn’t the word.
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Having a good mate & his partner round for dinner this evening. Any tips for accompanying plonk appreciated. Starters - marinated, slow cooked spare ribs, main - bouillabaisse with hake, salmon, monkfish, prawns & mussels served with homemade focaccia followed by my wife's lovely raspberry, coconut & white chocolate cheesecake. 

Have in stock some malbec, cava, chenin blanc & chablis. 
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Asda have 25% off 6 bottles at the mo, can highly recommend The Squealing Pig - a New Zealand Sauvigion Blanc. That should go nice with your main GPR.
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Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Having a good mate & his partner round for dinner this evening. Any tips for accompanying plonk appreciated. Starters - marinated, slow cooked spare ribs, main - bouillabaisse with hake, salmon, monkfish, prawns & mussels served with homemade focaccia followed by my wife's lovely raspberry, coconut & white chocolate cheesecake. 

Have in stock some malbec, cava, chenin blanc & chablis. 
ouff now that is a feast! Your looking at the chablis eith the sea food and a nice cdnp with the choclate cake. Ps where is our inviteWink
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Originally posted by Fscarlet Fscarlet wrote:

Asda have 25% off 6 bottles at the mo, can highly recommend The Squealing Pig - a New Zealand Sauvigion Blanc. That should go nice with your main GPR.

Sounds just the ticket Fscarlet - thanks. 
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