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I bought a bottle of Pinot Grigio (Kirkland brand). I thought it a little thin and bland. Maybe that's what it's supposed to taste like. Any way, I am eating a bowl of mango sherbet and thought about making wine float. Good idea or not? :)
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I poured a home brewed Bastard Bock over Blue Bell Chocolate and it was mighty tasty...paired real good. But I'd eat Blue Bell if you poured motor oil over and called it a Sunday.

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QUOTE=Mismost;635807]I poured a home brewed Bastard Bock over Blue Bell Chocolate and it was mighty tasty...paired real good. But I'd eat Blue Bell if you poured motor oil over and called it a Sunday.

you ain't gonna know until you go![/QUOTE]
 

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I bought a bottle of Pinot Grigio (Kirkland brand). I thought it a little thin and bland. Maybe that's what it's supposed to taste like. Any way, I am eating a bowl of mango sherbet and thought about making wine float. Good idea or not? :)
Tom
It could taste like a champagne punch if you include a little ginger ale for fizz, if you like that sort of drink.
 
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