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    Hi, David, Many thanks. Regards, Gearòid
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    Hi VinesnBines, I like the cooking suggestion, I might even use it latter when I make our Christmas cakes, assuming i dont drink it before ! Regards Gearóid
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    Well its more challenging , more to go wrong, and more patience required to resist opening the bottles too soon and knocking a few back. Beer gives fairly instant gratification but the challenge especially of crafting a wine from flowers/fruits is more satisfying. I was particularly proud of a...
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    Thanks Sour grapes lesson learned. In truth i am amazed the misses didnt tell me to pour it away long ago. Does oxidised mean it cannot be drunk/should not ne drunk. I guess i am a palatless philistine but it actually tastes like a sherry with a mule kick! I would not be out to drink a bottle...
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    Hello everyone from Ireland. I'm a new member who has just gone back to homebrewing/winemaking after quite a long break. I began the art many moons ago with beer kits which were drank with my student mates in England. In Ireland I moved on to wine making kits with varying results, no...
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    Hi everyone from sunny ireland (peversely benefitting from global warming ). My best wine was based on a chinese fruit- lychees and peaches. It came out as a respectible copy of an expensive german wine. But I had to allow ot over a year for the wine to really develop. Gearóid
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