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What are you drinking tonight?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mottie, 11 Sep 2020.

  1. Mottie

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    Muscadet with my seared tuna starter and Moules Marinière. Pushed the boat out for that - seven and a half quid, twice the price of the mussels! :eek: :LOL:

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    Makaraka, a sauvignon blanc from Aldi, £4.99. Really quite nice.
     
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    Isn't that one of the Teletubbies? :ROFLMAO:
     
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  5. Mottie

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    Not bad with our roast lamb but at 14.5%, a bit stronger than we are used to. :whistle:

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    A thumper indeed, heavy red for roast lamb, perfect for cutting through the "fatty" meat. Try a bottle of president XV, that's blows your brains out, it's nice as well. The XV gives a clue to it's ABV.
     
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    Had 2 bottles f Spitfire today. One watching the Russian F1 round and a relaxing one afterwards.

    Mow just having a decaf coffee before early bed as I'm up at 5.15 for an early start.
     
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    20200930_104224.jpg One of these on the rocks.
     
  9. Mottie

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    So as not to upset @Brigadier any further, I've gone down, yes down, from my usual fiver a bottle. £4.50 from Sainsbury’s to go with my Sea Bass, roast Mediterranean vegetables and sautéed potatoes. Living the life!

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    It's Mrs Mottie you don't want to be upsetting (y)
     
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    Tonight Matthew, I am drinking Aldi's Kronenbourg knock - off lager (y)
     
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    Errazuriz Chilean Cab sav on offer at the local garage
     
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    Only joking.
     
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    Flares, Brut 33, bomber jackets, T Rex
     
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    Back up to the top end of my budget. £5. Having it with duck breasts.

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    Presumably preceded by a cheeky bottle of fizz, NV of course, to go with the caviar or perhaps foie gras entreés.
     
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