Discussion in 'Living Room' started by justine77, 27th Aug, 2019.
Do you buy cask wines and which would you recommend please.
This one makes you wake up in the morning knowing what happened the night before..
Red is good. Just mix the first few cups half and half with soda water. Then move on to full strength as night goes on.
Now I'm convinced.... this can't be real
This is good for a night at the Park brown bagging. https://www.danmurphys.com.au/product/DM_72338/mcwilliam-s-cream-tawny-2l
instant pina colada
Here is the red cask wine under $10
If you want a nice fruity white then try this one
Party at your place again?
I used to drink cask wine 45 years ago.
My excuse:- I was Uni student. It was cheap but it tasted like **** .
I didn’t realise they still made cask wine and people still buy it .
Try White Lightning( Metho. and milk).
And it still tastes like ****!
Frugal Princess suggestion here: If you really must drink cask wine, get the Yalumba 2 litre casks.
Of course safety is of paramount importance. If the risk of injury to your grandkids is minimal, you can try any bottled wine under $7 from Dan's. A $12 cask of Yalumba is usually still better value than two 750 ml bottles. A foodie snob friend of mine has previously suggested the Hardy's 10 lt casks for about $50 depending on variety. This was a few years ago so I cant comment on their current price.
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De Bortelli Cab Merlot isnt a bad drop. Id say its the same as their bottled stuff, not budget priced, but not exxy either
House red or house white by the little cask - Brown Bros do a 10 L catering pack. Just park it in the buttlers pantry bench and it will evaporate.
The Banrock Station 2L silver pillows of death are "okay".
My current Red though is Innocent Bystander Pinot Noir, only $23 per bottle but really enjoyable. I haven't found a Pinot that I would drink from a pillow.
But you could sleep it off.
used to buy banrock 2litre years ago. they had seeds embedded in cardboard box that you could plant. native Australian iirc.
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