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Queens Fish Bar 10:01 Fri Nov 13
Wine in a box
Can only speak about reds.

Fucking great invention.

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Iron Duke 11:41 Tue Nov 17
Re: Wine in a box
When I was in Italy in 2009, you could get cartons of red or white wine in cartons for a Euro, like you would for cartons of fruit juice. They weren’t too bad once they were chiled in the fridge (even the red).

eusebiovic 11:33 Tue Nov 17
Re: Wine in a box
The kind of wine that you get in a carafe in France or Spain is perfectly drinkable. It's new and fresh and ideal for eating with some food.

This is the kind that usually ends up in a box...the only difference being that the box is full of preservatives and the one in the bistro/taverna usually isn't.

Best wine I had in France was in Lyon...every place that did house wine it was spot on. Lovely jubbly.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:57 Tue Nov 17
Re: Wine in a box
This is the sum total of what the French know about wine:

Andre: ***drinks turps-like liquid***
Pierre: Do you like le vin nouveau from le local vineyard?
Andre: Oui, c'est manifique!
Jean: Anyone like a glass of Chateau Petrus?
Andre et Pierre: Pah! Is not local, we think.

Willtell 2:20 Tue Nov 17
Re: Wine in a box
Well as a French resident I can tell you that wine in a box is always going to be second rate. Sorry but as much as I enjoy many wines served this way the best always end up in bottles....

You can still get good wines in 3 or 5 litre boxes but hey! Would you put your best wines in 3 or 5 litre boxes or 75cl bottles? What would I know?.....

eusebiovic 3:27 Mon Nov 16
Re: Wine in a box
Never mind wine in a box...how about cider in a box?

These cats are immense

www.turnerscider.co.uk

Block 1:07 Mon Nov 16
Re: Wine in a box
GOON

Contains fish guts, but exceedingly cheap to get smashed on.

Good times.

Cheezey Bell-End 12:27 Mon Nov 16
Re: Wine in a box
If you have a rotary clothesline you can play Goon of Fortune.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqFFyW01FXA

Westham67 11:55 Mon Nov 16
Re: Wine in a box
geep A young Sean Connery could be 84 now that would be more accurate

Russ of the BML 11:41 Mon Nov 16
Re: Wine in a box
Nurse Ratched 10:08 Fri Nov 13

LOL!

Westham67 10:36 Mon Nov 16
Re: Wine in a box
Put the nearly empty box into a spin dryer with the outlet hose in a wine glass to get the dregs out of the box . Thank me later

Darlo Debs 10:08 Mon Nov 16
Re: Wine in a box
Why.?

Ronald_antly 8:28 Mon Nov 16
Re: Wine in a box
Careful Deborah!

Darlo Debs 5:25 Sun Nov 15
Re: Wine in a box
Has image of nurse extracting the last dregs as if she were playing some kind of wine box accordian ..

Sorry wine cask.accordian.

gph 5:19 Sun Nov 15
Re: Wine in a box
Wasn't Sean Connery 85 five years ago?

A young Sean Connery could be anything up to 80...

Ronald_antly 7:48 Sun Nov 15
Re: Wine in a box
It's not a 'box', it's a CASK!


Peasants!!

Westham67 5:32 Sun Nov 15
Re: Wine in a box
Funny enough about 5 years ago I was told I look a young Sean Connery

Nurse Ratched 9:45 Sat Nov 14
Re: Wine in a box
Or if you're Sean Connery.

Syd Puddefoot 9:17 Sat Nov 14
Re: Wine in a box
Cashel is how you say Castle when you are pissed.

Westham67 5:35 Sat Nov 14
Re: Wine in a box
My Mums side were from Cashel in Tipperary. I must have confused Cashel with castle easily done

yngwies Cat 5:34 Sat Nov 14
Re: Wine in a box
Indeed. Especially that last bit where you have to break the box open and rip the bag open to get the last dredges.

Nurse Ratched 5:25 Sat Nov 14
Re: Wine in a box
Actually I think it's one word, Clarecastle

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