Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Hateman, Apr 28, 2012.
I want to try a good Pinot. Most of the ones I've had we're crap.
I love Cabs too.
eat a porcupine whole
Robert Mondavi. End of thread.
Clutch with another crackhead post
im impartial to a nice Valpolicella
Try the pinot hemlock cocknose
Try your moms pussy juice, I hear it's a good vintage.
I love the red wines from Argentina
They are famous for their malbecs
I second that, especially their Napa Valley wines. The Napa wines are very expensive, though.
I work with wines so Pinot ideally grows in a climate with hot days and cool nights to let the acids and tannins develop for optimum "balance". The Willamette Valley in Oregon as well as Napa/Sonoma will give you the best quality. I couldn't drop any labels offhand since I prefer rum myself. If your looking for a good whiskey this right here is really smoothe and worth a try. It's also out of Oregon and superb.
here's a nice red
here's a blue
This is the best because it is not too dry. $4 at Walmart.
Walmart used to sell Oak Leaf Shiraz for $3, but I haven't seen it in months, I think they stopped making it.
We're still getting Oak Leaf Merlot and Cab at our Wal Mart.
I tried Malbec and it was too dry. Like and extra dry Merlot.
I used to like only Blush, Rose', and White Zinfandel. A friend used to serve white or red with dinner so now I like them all. My favorite white is Pinot Grigio it's not too dry, favorite red is Shiraz, again not too dry.
Yeah I see those, and Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay and something called Sweet Red, but no more Shiraz.