What alcoholic drink are you drinking right now?


#6450

And a bit spendy.

Was on offer at Amazon the other day mind.


#6451


#6452

A few of the regular customers in work who love the Ebenezer & Sepeltsfield Aussie Red were recommending it so I thought it I’d give myself a treat.


#6453

It’s triple time :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:


#6454


#6455

From Belgium to Japan, and now back to Kernow


#6456

It is a bit spendy but it is very mellow and so am I after necking the bottle :+1:


#6457


#6458


#6459

NEED !


#6460

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It’s DIY tomorrow so I’m aiming to get sloshed


#6461


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#6464

I accidentally threw a measure of Cocchi Americano in with the gin that the wifelet had already poured for a G&T.

So I threw in even more Cocchi and topped it up with soda.

It’s some sort of bastard Negroni.

Tastes fine.


#6465

:+1: claret x 5…

2005, 2010 and 2015 - all great years


#6466


#6467

If it’s as good as that, I’m afraid I would have to drink that in one sitting. If I was really good and leaned heavily on my (piss poor) willpower, I might just be able to save, maybe one glass, for tomorrow.


#6468

@Gyroscope. …


#6469

The region is known for it’s soil (Terra Rosso) which matched with old Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot vines, makes some of the most elegant wines in Australia. The combination of vine and terrior is kismet. They ain’t Bordeaux. They are different.
They are also my favourite wines in all of Christendom.
Having visited the Coonawarra many times, Penley Estate in one of the top 5 winemakers in the area.

This wine @ £12.50 a bottle is a stone cold bargain.