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Hi Emma and all,
Does it sound like a load of old (???) alcholic's! From barbie to wine.... Nice refreshing thread. Must admit i do like a chilled glass or 2 of Jacob's Creek, but have been told it is not very pop in Oz so will have to test out some new ones, some one's got to do it!!!!
Enjoy Cara xxx
Wow, i didn't realize just how many people enjoyed a glass of wine (or 10). Promise i'm not an alcoholic, not yet anyway. I do imagine though by the time i've tried all of these recommendations i may be well on the way
I've got a good few months before i get to Oz so i think i might have to take it slowly, i'm not used to the wine yet and i must admit i am finding after a good few glasses i'm feeling slightly tipsy
I think i should be well and truly converted by the time i get there (although i do find a nice cold glass of vodka and coke very refreshing on a hot summers day).
Cheers everyone and keep the recommendations coming.
Yea Pete never thought about it like that!!!! He He He
Great news on your visa, missed the thread, really pleased for you and family,you have been great on here, and make sure you continue after you in Oz.
Hi Emma and All our new researchers, as you know Emma finished my nights Monday morning and thought I would do a little research after tea. Sun was shinning and Hubby opened a bottle of the Wolf Blass, Eaglehawk Rose, went down very well :D( you should try this Emma, its quite fruity and you might find it ok to drink) then I thought lets try a bottle of white so the Hardy's Voyage, Chenin Blanc came next I found this quite refreshing. :) At this point had to stop any further research due to feeling quite Giddy, I think I may have had too much sun.
Good luck everyone with your research and keep us all informed, I will see what other delights I can find at the weekend.
I will add the others to my list to thanks and hopefully get round to trying them soon.
Enjoy your weekend research, i will have to stop saturday and sunday as have two long days at work .
Can't complain after a week of though.
I'm quickly working my way through a rather large batch of what we call "Chateau Ken"
A friend of ours teaches wine making and makes a great wine each year.
He uses only organic grapes and does not use preservatives so it does not last as long as commercially produced wine.
Now and again he sells off at $7 a bottle when it need drinking up.
I doing my best to help honesht (hic)