Thread for those who need to discuss wine

Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by FIMCO-MEISTER, Jan 12, 2008.

  1. I guess some would consider it cosmopolitan to discuss wine in a football thread. This thread is for you.:)
     
  2. Wet_Boots

    Wet_Boots LawnSite Fanatic
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    Have a pull on this, you crank.

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  3. now now...........

    My understanding is that Texas wine has come a long way. Grapevine near here has a big wine festival.
     
  4. Mike Leary

    Mike Leary LawnSite Fanatic
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    Just noticed you're getting up there in posts...tho lost some in previous
    lives.....football folk drink good, cheap, dago wine. So?:waving:
     
  5. Wet_Boots

    Wet_Boots LawnSite Fanatic
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    Do you want to start a thread so we can discuss opera?
     
  6. Mike Leary

    Mike Leary LawnSite Fanatic
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    White wine bites.."girly wine".
     
  7. Wet_Boots

    Wet_Boots LawnSite Fanatic
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    You clearly don't know from Alsace and great German rieslings, not to mention Chablis. Wines to lay down for a decade.
     
  8. Hank Reardon

    Hank Reardon LawnSite Senior Member
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    I prefer reds however, I agree with WB on the Alsatian and German varietals; there are some good whites to be had. They become "girly" when they have copious amounts of residual sugar. A dry or off-dry white can be very refreshing. Besides, I don't know of a good red wine that goes with Thai food or fish!
     
  9. irrig8r

    irrig8r LawnSite Platinum Member
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    Isn't that why they make Singha beer? :drinkup:

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  10. EagleLandscape

    EagleLandscape LawnSite Platinum Member
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    If you like malalactic fermentation, I guess you can go for european wines.

    The truth be told in truly "great wines" are those wineries (other than cloudy bay) who use modern technologies are far superior than the older wineries that been in existence. Not to mention that all grapes in european wineries are actually "new vines" since ww2 time. But we can talk about phylloxera another time.

    wineries that use mechanical harvesting and other modern methods are far superior, the grapes are in the stemmer-crusher within 30 minutes. Not sitting on a trailer for 3 days rotting with loads of bacteria.

    But, this could be a start of a great thread that's for sure:)
     

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