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Buy a four pack Bramley Apple and Cinamon Hot Cross Buns, add butter and pour two glasses of Gallo Merlot.

You need a paper towel as it is like a hands on sticky pudding, but better.

I won't manage more than two!

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Sounds good, but I'd go for a Chilean or Argentinian Merlot. The Californian version is a bit bland to my palate.  But hey, what do I know, I'm a beer drnker!

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I dont do Gallo anymore as I always woke up thinking I had left a sanding pad on my tongue from yesterdays painting.

If the Californians learn to make wine without all their additives, I will gladly imbibe to support their fragile economy.😉

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8 hours ago, matty40s said:

I dont do Gallo anymore as I always woke up thinking I had left a sanding pad on my tongue from yesterdays painting.

If the Californians learn to make wine without all their additives, I will gladly imbibe to support their fragile economy.😉

You are correct, 

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22 hours ago, Machpoint005 said:

Sounds good, but I'd go for a Chilean or Argentinian Merlot. The Californian version is a bit bland to my palate.  But hey, what do I know, I'm a beer drnker!

Apart from proper French Bordeaux wine, the best Merlot I have tasted is Australian Yellow Tail.

 

 

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1 hour ago, David Schweizer said:

Apart from proper French Bordeaux wine, the best Merlot I have tasted is Australian Yellow Tail.

 

 

on my cycle tour de france, Camping a la ferme", I would buy a bottle of local red from any shop eg Boulangier., and they were made to drink on the day ... no additives. Off the tourist trais, I ate lunch in the same place as the locals, a set menu, three courses for about £6.00 Real french cuisine in a forest inn, I recall, handshakes all round,

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2 minutes ago, LadyG said:

on my cycle tour de france, Camping a la ferme", I would buy a bootle of local red from any shop eg Boulangier., and they were made to drink on the day ... no additives.

You were in the Tour de france? I'm impressed. Did you get the yellow Jersey?

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4 minutes ago, rusty69 said:

You were in the Tour de france? I'm impressed. Did you get the yellow Jersey?

maillot jeune, bien sur!

4 minutes ago, rusty69 said:

You were in the Tour de france? I'm impressed. Did you get the yellow Jersey?

maillot jeune, bien sur!

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4 minutes ago, LadyG said:

maillot jeune, bien sur!

maillot jeune, bien sur!


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Oui-Oui!

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