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1 21st August 13:05
killerkellerjr
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Ok, I'm not a wine lover by any means but for my wedding we were given
a wine by a friend that was rather sweet red and non-bitter. Now I
know your like just ask them, they don't remember and at the time were
living with a wine store manager but no longer are. All I remember is
the bottle was green with gold lettering and have no idea what it cost
since it was a gift. I asked my wife to save the bottle but it was
thrown out while I was on a business trip. Can someone please help me
out here I really liked it and would like a suggestion for a cheaper
wine. Now remember I don't really like 95% of the wines out there
because they are bitter ...strange but true and I have tried quite a
few different kinds and just don't really like them.

Thanks
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2 21st August 13:07
dee dee
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I think your best if you want the identical bottle of wine is to
locate the wine store manager; yours is an impossible task otherwise.

For instance
http://www.wineintro.com/basics/sweetred.html
lists sweet red wines, however, to my taste, none of them are sweet,
except port.

Good Luck,
Dee
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3 21st August 13:07
judith.lea
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When we lived in Italy for a short time, we used to go to a very
relaxed little restaurant. They soon found out I didn't like red wine
as I found it not to my taste. They brought me a jug of foaming red
wine, I tasted it and I loved it, slightly sweet and not at all
bitter. Anyway to cut a long story short that was Lambrusco and it
can be bought cheaply anywhere. My tastes have moved on a bit in 30
odd years and I don't drink it now but I found Lambrusco to be
acceptable to my palate at that time in my very young life especially
with Italian food.

I hope that helps you a little.

Judith
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4 21st August 19:13
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At one time there was no hope for people like you


....there still isn't......
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