I do not drink… wine.
@Pony What is the meaning of this foolishness?!?
I’d buy there more often if they had beer. And I wish I’d pulled the trigger on that mead…
It really depends.
@shahnm idc what you say, I’m not drinking wine out of depends… again.
Long Island, NY
Wherever Boone’s Farm is made, which I’m pretty sure is a dirty bathtub somewhere in the south.
/giphy cheap wine
Wineries. At the risk of being low brow, I don’t really care much where it comes from. I know roughly the tannic acid and PH levels I prefer on wines after much experimentation, and that seems to serve me better.
We drink maybe 6 bottles a year…
they come from whiskey bottles.
No idea. It’s rare that I like the taste of wine.
As a Californian, I’m probably biased.
Those are already paid for.
@2many2no Someone else’s cellar. Those are free.
I feel like someone is going to say “box” but technically the correct answer is “bag”.
Michigan. Traverse City area to be precise. My home town) They’re tearing out the cherry orchards to plant grapes.
Except for Ice Wine. Then you’re talking New York.
/youtube Traverse City
That was a great video!
@Mehrocco_Mole if they tear down the cherry trees it won’t still be the cherry capital! That would be very sad! --Fellow Michigander
Really depends on the type of wine, except in California where it is all bad.
@Clumber yes definitely
I’m not a wine snob, but I’ve had some pretty good-tasting (to me, at least) wines from the central Texas area (Fredericksberg, Bryan)
@dhelmick56 Definitely decent-value wines. Eventually they’ll get “found”, and like Argentinian wines before them, prices will quadruple over a couple of years…
I don’t know where it comes from, but I know it all goes down the drain. Wine is disgusting!
Germany, nothing beats a good late harvest Riesling.
Torn between Slovenia and Croatia. Both are excellent.
Good wines come from a variety of countries, but the worst I’ve had came from Greece.
@Ambiverbal The worst I’ve had came from Spain. Tasted like you were eating a bale of hay. But then again, I’ve had some pretty decent Spanish wines, too.
NJ. We have over 20 wineries. When they have the Wine Trail promo - woo hoo! Driving from one to the next to the next is a fun ride!
@looseneck What exits off the turnpike are they?
@shahnm I’m a fan of the northern/central Jersey wines myself and they are no where near the Turnpike Southern Jersey wines can be accessed by the Parkway.
I voted California, but believe it or not, Missouri has some pretty good ones, too. …And no, I’m not from Missouri.
The best wines are fortified with Brandy.
/image box wine tap
Grapes. ALL of the best wines come from grapes.
@griffin2020 Someone hasn’t had apple, peach, or blueberry wine.
@griffin2020 @ThomasF or blackberry wine. I grew up on homemade blackberry wine (that’s less frowned upon in Europe… Drinking wine as a minor that is, not blackberry wine).
@griffin2020 @OnionSoup @ThomasF Asparagus
I like how the comments all started out as jokes and the expected silliness, “grapes” and “boxes” and “a bottle” and so on.
Then as the morning carries on, and the wine-o’s start coming out of their wine-comas, we get more and more legit answers.
Well done, Mehians.
This praise and then along comes @Medz
Yup, this is Meh!
A brown paper bag…
Don’t spill that wine…
Orange juice, sugar, and a packet of RedStar give it a week or so and you’re good to go.