Torontoblue wrote:Hate to admit it but I am on the "girly" white wine. A wonderful, oakey, crisp Chardonnay from Best's of Australia. For a white it's pretty darned good!!
SteelbackGuy wrote:For hopheads I suggest Pelee Island Gewurtztraminer reserve. It is spicy, quite floral with a mineral bitterness similar to some hops. It is also dry and very refreshing, and does well with fish and salads.
Magni wrote:I third the Pelee Island Gweurt'z, i find it's one of the very few ontario whites I enjoy - other than that it was an excellent year for Chablis.
Belgian wrote:I had the Val de Joanis Luberon Rosé this year, and guess what, it KICKS serious ass for a 'pink' wine. Holy crap it was a pleasure to drink. Break your preconceptions (especially ones like Rosé = sweet girly Zinfandel crap, the Rhone-area Rosé wines can be very finely made of the best traditional Rhone grapes like Grenache.)
Jan Primus wrote:Just returned from Premier Gourment, this ten-fidy imp stout is hands down the greatest beer I've had that comes in a can. Jesse I'll make sure to save you one.
Apparently rosé has now passed white in terms of share of sales in France. Unfortunately, it will always be associated in my brain with the fruit juice that the Gallo's peddle.
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