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Old 09-22-2013, 06:45 PM   #21
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Add Trim cab to the list. I had a glass at dinner on friday and was impressed. After some reading I found out it's by the same guy who makes Edge, not surprising.
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Old 09-22-2013, 07:00 PM   #22
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0W40, bit expensive for a small container, but my E46 loves it.
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The Inexpensive Wines Thread

Thank god nobody's said two buck chuck. Disgusting stuff.

Chateau Ste Michelle puts together a lot of good wines, white and red. Consistently a favorite of mine.


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Thank god nobody's said two buck chuck. Disgusting stuff.

Chateau Ste Michelle puts together a lot of good wines, white and red. Consistently a favorite of mine.


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I started out with their merlot and Cabernet years ago. Good bottle , but around here they are still like, 15 to 17 a bottle, wayyyy overpriced. I recently started drinking j lohr again because bj's (like Costco in the northeast) is selling it at 10 a bottle.

But I will stand by my tempranillos and crianzas alllll day long for the best bang for your buck wine. If you want to spend close to 20ish, any red from ribero del Duero is where you want your money to go


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