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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
17%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
19%
  
d. Moyes out
37%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
3%
  



gph 1:59 Wed Aug 10
White wine is treacherous
Drinking Orvieto (just ordinary Co-op Orvieto).

It's far too cold by my usual standards, as it was warm when I bought it, and I stuck it in the freezer, only to fall asleep after playing football (I'm might not be too old to play football, but I'm beginning to think I'm too old to play in this heat).

Frost on the outside of the bottle.

But it actually tastes quite good, with its flavour not killed by the low temperature. Which is surprising

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arsene york-hunt 3:46 Wed Aug 17
Re: White wine is treacherous
Waitrose do a nice Gewurztraminer

Swiss. 8:59 Sun Aug 14
Re: White wine is treacherous
Trockenbeerenauslese.

Thank me later.

Nurse Ratched 1:50 Sun Aug 14
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
I do indeed like those flowery wines. I'll give that a go, thanks.

BRANDED 1:47 Sun Aug 14
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
Bacchus is a grape developed in Germany but produces namby pamby low acidity grapes and wines in their climate but in the English climate produces wines with similar qualities to sauvingon blanc ( if you like those flowery type wines). I like it. It never comes very cheap like all English wines but you are buying local.

Nurse Ratched 1:43 Sun Aug 14
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
I've not had the Bacchus, but speaking of EXEMPLARY English wine, I just bought 4 bottles of Nyetimber Classic Cuvee from Ocado because it's currently £9 off. Fill your boots at that price.

yogib 1:32 Sun Aug 14
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
Branded - I quite like the Chapel Down Bacchus, can get it in Waitrose now

peroni 12:39 Sun Aug 14
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
Just when the paper hats thread on millwallonline was running out of steam.........

BRANDED 12:03 Sun Aug 14
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
English Bacchus is best.

Lily Hammer 7:07 Sun Aug 14
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
fulhamonline.net

gph 12:22 Sun Aug 14
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
Have an arrangement with a friend of mine. If she notices that Lidl have tellycherry, she tells me, and I rush off to buy some.

Vice versa

gph 12:15 Sun Aug 14
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
Lidl does very few things worth having consistently.

If they have something good one week, it's not there the next. (Slight exaggeration. One thing they seem to have once a year are tellycherry black peppercorns. Black pepper exponentiated)

Steady 12:03 Sun Aug 14
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
You’ll never beat that 80’s classic sparkling British white wine called Concorde ……

Hammer and Pickle 11:59 Sat Aug 13
Re: Dry white wine is treacherouser
Lidl does a very respectable Italian pinot noir (the basic red beaujolais grape), we which is a white.

gph 11:34 Sat Aug 13
Dry white wine is treacherouser
Because it goes with grapes, you'd expect it to go with less sweet fruit like cherries (ones with a touch of sharpness).

It doesn't.

*finishes cherries, cleans palate with cheese, drinks dry white wine

Tomshardware 9:36 Thu Aug 11
Re: White wine is treacherous
violator 11:07 Wed Aug 10

ray winstone 11:11 Wed Aug 10
Re: White wine is treacherous
BLACK Tower.

violator 11:07 Wed Aug 10
Re: White wine is treacherous
Just give me half a bottle of Blue Nun please.

cholo 10:37 Wed Aug 10
Re: White wine is treacherous
I suppose you think you're a connoisseur now, like that Jilly Goulden or Sam Allardyce?





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