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    Do you like it? The ladies (wife and their sisters and Jay ) like the white.

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    Don't see it much any more....

    Actually, I mix the Carlo Rossi red & Rose.....sangria type....

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    you are a dominican

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    Caymus Cabernet and Duckhorn Merlot both available at Janets. Both Napa both super delicious

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    I prefer french and italian.

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    National supermarket in santiago ( the one right next door to the " guacalito," (?) ) sells the best rosé wine--- hands down---- Chateau Minuty, but sadly at a very steep price ( at least to me, when i compare it to back in francre ), something like 1300 pesos per bottle.

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    Prices in the DR are ridiculous. Right now I am drinking a PLAN DE DIEU, domaine les Ondines, 2010, cotes du Rhône villages, which only cost me €8,99.
    I have to finish it as my wife is not here, not complaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fulano2 View Post
    Prices in the DR are ridiculous. Right now I am drinking a PLAN DE DIEU, domaine les Ondines, 2010, cotes du Rhône villages, which only cost me €8,99.
    I have to finish it as my wife is not here, not complaining.
    Correct me if I am wrong, you are from Belgium and thus wine from France doesn't have to be shipped far, and it has a lot of competition, thus the cheap price.

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    Let's not forget our long lost sommelier from Pata de Gallina, RD, Brian Wales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob saunders View Post
    Correct me if I am wrong, you are from Belgium and thus wine from France doesn't have to be shipped far, and it has a lot of competition, thus the cheap price.
    Hi Bob, Well I am dutch but do live in Belgium. If transportation would be the issue, why is wine from Chile cheaper here than in the DR?

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