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    Default Wine appreciations



    Wine appreciation have been a way of life in Singapore - a/ny tips on this?


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    cheap wine = good wine

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    i thought bookworm will know everything.

    personally i think wine appreciation is a very expensive hobby. hmmmm.... don't know where to start.

    some people invest in wine just like trading in commodity

    i only know about cookies. hahahah

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    yesterday i was at a ex-colleagues gathering, one of them is a managing director of a wine company. he brought along several bottles of white wine. it's the best white wine i have tasted. it's fragrant and light and taste a little sweet and it's easy to drink. i think it's call modesto. not sure how much though. my colleague said it's a lychee wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookies View Post
    yesterday i was at a ex-colleagues gathering, one of them is a managing director of a wine company. he brought along several bottles of white wine. it's the best white wine i have tasted. it's fragrant and light and taste a little sweet and it's easy to drink. i think it's call modesto. not sure how much though. my colleague said it's a lychee wine.
    hey cookies. . . since u said u like lychee wine. i found this article and thought that u maybe interested in this article. its a recipe to make your very own lychee wine.

    http://www.ehow.com/how_2121513_make-lychee-wine.html

    ENJOY!

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    wah must ferment it for 5 days. every day must take out to stir. long work leh. i rather buy. hahahahah....

    i kind of like dessert wines too.. sweet..

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    Something interesting fact to share with all: Did you know the wreck of the Titanic holds the oldest wine cellar in the world and despite the depth and wreckage, the bottles are still intact.

    Diving anyone?

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    oooooo.... that would worth millions. how do you know that the bottles are still ok? some one got them?

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