For All Lovers Of A Fine Red Wine

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For All Lovers Of A Fine Red Wine

Postby Parrotpaul » Sat Feb 27, 2010 2:11 pm

For those of you who enjoy a fine bottle of red wine, Fresh and Easy is offering SALUDAS, a Spanish red wine from Spain's Central Plateau made from selected Tempranillo grapes. It is a young wine with a delicate bouquet....a delicious full-bodied red brimming with black currant fruit flavors and a hint of spice. $1.99 a bottle...$1.66 if you buy six bottles or more. Better hurry...the stuff is flying off the shelves. Don't tarry and be left out.


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Re: For All Lovers Of A Fine Red Wine

Postby Fordama » Sun Feb 28, 2010 10:41 am

Screw those namby pamby Eurowines!

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Re: For All Lovers Of A Fine Red Wine

Postby Parrotpaul » Sun Feb 28, 2010 12:21 pm

I'm country neutral when it comes to cheap wine.

BTW....just had a TERRIFIC brunch at Don Jose's on Carlotta in Laguna Hills.....right off the I-5. All you can drink Wycliff champagne and some terrific dishes...I hade the pulled pork scrambled with eggs, onions and peppers with fried spuds and a huge portion of refried beans and cheese...the bride had huevos rancheros with all the fixin's...with plenty of tortillas, and lots of chips and salsa. $11.95....sit at the bara. They don't stop pouring the bubbly.
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Re: For All Lovers Of A Fine Red Wine

Postby Logic.in.LN » Sun Feb 28, 2010 7:22 pm

Parrotpaul wrote:I'm country neutral when it comes to cheap wine.

BTW....just had a TERRIFIC brunch at Don Jose's on Carlotta in Laguna Hills.....right off the I-5. All you can drink Wycliff champagne and some terrific dishes...I hade the pulled pork scrambled with eggs, onions and peppers with fried spuds and a huge portion of refried beans and cheese...the bride had huevos rancheros with all the fixin's...with plenty of tortillas, and lots of chips and salsa. $11.95....sit at the bara. They don't stop pouring the bubbly.

Champagne with mexican food :eh?:

tequila or beer :cheers: but not champagne.
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Re: For All Lovers Of A Fine Red Wine

Postby MDDad » Sun Feb 28, 2010 7:25 pm

Parrotpaul wrote:I'm country neutral when it comes to cheap wine.

BTW....just had a TERRIFIC brunch at Don Jose's on Carlotta in Laguna Hills.....right off the I-5. All you can drink Wycliff champagne and some terrific dishes...I hade the pulled pork scrambled with eggs, onions and peppers with fried spuds and a huge portion of refried beans and cheese...the bride had huevos rancheros with all the fixin's...with plenty of tortillas, and lots of chips and salsa. $11.95....sit at the bara. They don't stop pouring the bubbly.


Sounds good. God knows there's nothing healthier for you than pork, eggs, spuds, beans and cheese all in the same meal. Good luck tomorrow.

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Re: For All Lovers Of A Fine Red Wine

Postby Parrotpaul » Sun Feb 28, 2010 7:37 pm

MDDad wrote:
Sounds good. God knows there's nothing healthier for you than pork, eggs, spuds, beans and cheese all in the same meal. Good luck tomorrow.

Why? What's going to happen tomorrow?.
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Re: For All Lovers Of A Fine Red Wine

Postby GOODave » Tue Mar 02, 2010 5:29 am

Parrotpaul wrote:For those of you who enjoy a fine bottle of red wine, Fresh and Easy is offering SALUDAS, a Spanish red wine from Spain's Central Plateau made from selected Tempranillo grapes. It is a young wine with a delicate bouquet....a delicious full-bodied red brimming with black currant fruit flavors and a hint of spice. $1.99 a bottle...$1.66 if you buy six bottles or more. Better hurry...the stuff is flying off the shelves. Don't tarry and be left out.

I'm with Fordy on that one, in particular.

I've found red wines from Spain typically too tannin'y ... as if they bottled and sold it too soon or something. I'll stick with California wines over Spanish wines for now.

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