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This board is dedicated to the fine art of sticking your penis into a nice wine. Rules:

1. Love your wine as you would love your woman.
2. Please, no trolling, just discussion of some of the finer things in life.
3. Cheese is an acceptable topic of discussion. After all, what goes with wine if not cheese?
4. No champagne.


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Wine Connoisseur 11/02/22(Tue)07:51 No. 1590
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I realize this petition does not inherently have to do with dipping, but I pose a question to all fellow wine connoisseurs:

I have planned for Friday of the next week that my girlfriend and I sit on my roof and enjoy a quiet evening watching the stars and drinking some wine.

However, I am not very well versed in the art of wine, and do not know which variety would be well suited for such an endeavor. Personally, I generally prefer white wines, though there has been a red or even rosé that has piqued my interest in the past.

So, gentlemen, what would you recommend to me?


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Wine Connoisseur 11/02/25(Fri)06:51 No. 1616

Maddag 20/20

If you're going to use wine like a heathen, then use a heathen's wine.


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Wine Connoisseur 11/02/28(Mon)06:25 No. 1627

Chateau Margaux Blanc De Blanc 1976

You will love it.


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Wine Connoisseur 11/03/01(Tue)01:43 No. 1628

Swoon her with a sweet merlot, the finest type of red IMO.


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Wine Connoisseur 11/03/01(Tue)08:17 No. 1630

>>1628

Thank you, kind sir, for naming a type of wine that I may actually be able to find and afford. Naming specific brands and much less years would be quite a feat for me as I do not live in a country where wine is frequently consumed. However, any and all more suggestions are always welcome and appreciated.


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Wine Connoisseur 11/03/01(Tue)16:41 No. 1632

>>1630
Though, I did give a very general suggestion, you should know that not all sweet reds are "bargain brand" names. They and their affection are entirely different from one another.
It's complete blasphemy to say, "Oh, cool, sweet red: sounds like a keeper." and to think that each branching vintage will yield the same amount of passion and love. Why, it's the same as assuming that a woman of your preferred race will be just as good in bed as any other... the fat ones as well.
I am completely right, though if you find yourself content with your "Barefoot Cellars" whore rather than the likes of my beloved "Chateau d’Yquem", that is fine; it leaves more for my enjoyment.
After all, you are just drinking it.


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Wine Connoisseur 11/03/18(Fri)20:15 No. 1667

Drinking wine? How bothersome.



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