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Wine

Rightsandwrongs-Whining On About Wine

Wine 
It’s the silly season 
 
The Radical
25th Nov 2017
 
Christ Mass if you are a true believer
 
To Wet the Babies head
 
And if not time to remind yourself 
 
If that was needed to stock up on wine
 
I am not going to be a pretentious prick
 
I know nothing about wines
 
Except the ones I like and can afford.
 
So that rules out the 
 
French crap 
 
The Italian lights
 
The Californian raisons
 
And so I am left with the Chilean Champions
 
Start with Aldi’s Andara Red
 
Merlot if you like it full bodied 
 
Cabernet Sauvignon if you like it softer.
 
For a White settle for Sauvignon Blanc for a dry number 
 
or Chardonnay if you like it sweeter but not sticky sweet.
 
I know its only £4 a bottle but do you have to tell your friends that
 
Just say its a little number you were told about on rightsandwrongs.
 
So you like it cheaper …..then try Tesco when they have 25% off if you buy 6 bottles
 
Say 3 of each – but stick with the Chilean as I described.
 
They charge £4.35 a bottle
 
but with the discount each bottle comes to £3.26 a bottle 
 
And there you have it 
 
Why waste more on wines.
 
Having just about returned from the Philippines I want to let you into a secret
 
To really show off to your friends – 
 
Red Horse beer by San Miguel at 6.9 % alco.
Get it by the litre if you can but you may need 
 
to order 24 x 330ml cans from Amazon or a Philippine Shop near you.
 
One litre bottle in the Philippines at the supermarket costs about £1 equivalent
 
But if you like a lager type beer then this is the best.
 
For all others Hobgoblin Heavy.
 
And for afters… a hang over !
 
( Still waiting to check in at Cebu Airport )

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