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MarkinHouston

jug wine suggestions?

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A group of Hurricane Ike "survivors" in our subdivision is going to get together for a party this weekend. The occasion is probably more appropriate for inexpensive yet tasty wines---we went through the steaks and lobster when the power was out! I am seeking hints for a few choices among 1.5 liter bottles that will meet general approval without breaking anyone's budget. Any hints are appreciated---since we are in the Houston area, obscure Napa winery-only labels will not help iin this instance. Thanks.

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I've found Bella Sera pinot gris to be servicable for needs such as this.

We were out of power 11 days (Beaumont) How about you?


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instead of drinking the jug wine straight, why not turn it into sangria. . .or some other punch-like concoction, that way it doesn't really matter what the quality.

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