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Discussion in 'Businesses - Services - Products' started by AlwaysRt, Jun 9, 2016.

  1. blueskies

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    Yes it is! i bought 9btls only...:hungry::wink: i have no more space to store for more. Lindemans cost 298/btl, barrack shiraz 350/btl, the rest are 400 above.
     
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    Are they all Shiraz? This puts me back to never tried them so no idea what to choose. Also trying to guess what a Filipina who has only had the cheap blueberry wine stuff would like. At least I have been through a few bottles of Yellow Tail and know what to expect with them.
     
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    You won't go gar wrong with penfolds reds,and excellent wine!
     
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    BAnrock Shiraz,Lindemans Shiraz cabernet, Nederburg cab sauv Shiraz. Based from my own experienced, ladies likes Shiraz...Nederburg Cab Sauv and also there's shiraz 393/ btl. I agree with Dave, Penfold's red are good...
     
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    Bought a 3 crates of Penfolds bin (d*mn can't remember the number, 48?) back in 1994 in Oz and shipped them back to the UK. There they have sat bar the odd special occasion since. Decanted as the sediment does build up they have aged perfectly. Someone once told me they are worth thousands of £s and I put them on the house insurance since 2000. Really special stuff. The light brown fingered one I am married to has to be watched like a hawk around it. Penfolds to me in general make very superior stuff...even the Reds from a couple of years ago taste superb. Took a tour of the Margaret River region with her too a few years back. Really miss the experience of pitching up at a small winery, sampling what they have and then zooming off with what we choose. Hmmmmmmm....Xmas in Oz sounds really appealing this year. How to get rid of the kids though.....?
     
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