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Oh, and he gives me most of them for around 5 bucks a bottle.
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I've been drinking Pinot Noir for a while (I had one from New Zealand a while back that was really good). But I think I'm on the cusp of switching to cabs. I am partial to wine from Oregon newzealand/Australia.
Since I live in Santa Barbara wine country, pinot noir is the thing you're supposed to get here. But I actually prefer a nice rich heavy-duty Cabernet sauvignon. Sometimes the pinot noir has a lot of complexity and then I like it, but if it doesn't, I think it's kinda watery.
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I have been making my own wine for a couple of years now, and I can't drink most cheaper store bought wines now. My favourite white is Muller Thurgau I made 30 bottles about a year ago, and they are all gone so I have another batch on the go. Everyone who has tried it has loved it!! I just finished a batch of Italian Amarone about three months ago which has an extra fermentation step resulting in a high alcohol, and it is great!!!
Maybe this needs a new thread, but more details please! Do u use fresh grapes for example?
I use kits from a company called winexpert they are a Canadian company, only use high quality grapes from around the world, no dies, added sugars, or other junk. It is pretty easy to make, and costs $2-$5 a bottle
I'm from the wine country in CA... and married to a chef... kids go to school with a handful of wine makers' children.... our school fundraiser is Wine Based... we make $$$.... I love Cab... an a super buttery/Oak Chardonnay. Lucky enough to rarely have to pay for a bottle of wine. 'Cause I couldn't afford what I like...