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Wine Connoisseur 12/06/28(Thu)14:34 No. 2200
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Greetings, /v/.

If I may ask, what is your personal opinion on Carlos Rossi's "Rhine" wine. I ask due to the fact that an elderly member of my family has parteken in this wine for years, and to this day, continues to have at least a few jugs in the house. On occasion, however, she will purchase a jug of Blush, or maybe Burgundy. The Rhine is still the primary choice, anyway, and I must say, I have actually grown to enjoy it quite a bit.

I am aware that Carlos Rossi may not put out the "classiest" wines, persay, but I think standard table wine is good for any kind of casual situation, whether it be with family, friends, you name it.

I would really enjoy to hear /v/'s opinion on Rhine, and any other kind of wine that Carlos Rossi has put out, whether they be sorts that I have, or have not mentioned.


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Wine Connoisseur 12/06/30(Sat)20:43 No. 2202

What exactly is she dipping in it?


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Wine Connoisseur 12/07/01(Sun)10:37 No. 2204

This isn't the classiest wine, no. But it's cheap and delicious. Probably my favourite brands. In red, of course.

My family's totally hooked on it too, and basically anybody I feed it too.

I hear it's also a common wine to cook with?


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forwardslashFAILforwardslash!B7gV1Jb2IQ 12/07/01(Sun)13:45 No. 2205

>>2202
Nothing to my knowledge as far as I know.


>>2204
Yes, indeed. She has used this wine many a time in her homemade recipes. It's all very good.


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Wine Connoisseur 12/07/12(Thu)11:18 No. 2209

>>2205
I hope you don't mean she's DRINKING the stuff. We have a level of decorum here, sir, and that sort of barbaric behavior is beneath that level. Please take this discussion of flavors somewhere that sort of perversion is acceptable.


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Wine Connoisseur 12/09/10(Mon)09:58 No. 2225

I too enjoy this wine, OP.

Also, why the sudden tripcode?
Is /fail/ missing without you?


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Wine Connoisseur 12/12/10(Mon)05:30 No. 2259

I have tried that wine and I would rather drink piss


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Wine Connoisseur 13/07/07(Sun)16:05 No. 2299

from the website:
Did you Know?

Carlo borrowed this style from our friends in Germany. The name comes from the style of wine that was produced along the Rhine River. A light-bodied and sweeter style, Rhine is often a blend of a number of white grape varieties, each imparting certain distinct characteristics.


WTF?
coming from the palatinate i can just thay this is one of the biggest bull i have ever seen.


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Wine Connoisseur 14/12/22(Mon)01:40 No. 2842

Red Carlo Rossi is good for cooking. And that's it. It sucks. But gets you drunk quickly, so if you are into it...



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