What are you having for Christmas


It is that time of year. What are you having for Christmas? I am serving:
2004 Niagara/Huajillo Pyment semi-dry 2003 Christmas Cranberry semi-dry (Jack's Recipe) 2002 Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon Blend (Fresh California Grapes, Very dry, Well oaked, Nicely matured)
Ray
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Ray Calvert

Jeannie has 8 brothers and sisters - all over 40 yrs - old so I am taking a couple cases to Charlotte.
2005 Berry Berry Brunswick - made from estate raspberries, currants, blueberries 2004 Catoctin - estate blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Chambourcin 2004 Merlot / Cabernet Franc blend - Virginia grown grapes 2005 Sauvignon Blanc - from kit 2003 California Blend - from Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah 2003 MarPaVA - blend of Cabernet Sauv. Cab Franc and Merlot from the 3 states.
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Paul E. Lehmann

2001 Celler Classic Bella Bianca 2000 Blueberry extra sec Plus all the homebrewed beer we can drink
Cheers -- Lee Edwards Sales Associate Brewery Lane, Mt.Pearl Plaza 7 a Commonwealth Ave, Mt.Pearl, NL A1N 1W3 (P) 709-745-1140 (F) 709-745-1618
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Lee

Oh boy! Let's see:
Jalepeno Blackberry (1st place at the local harvest festival, yeah!) Pear Peach/Brown Sugar, Peach/Honey Cabernet Sauvignon Rhubarb
Steve noobie Oregon
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spud

In message , Ray Calvert writes
Sloe wine 2004, damson and sloe gins, raspberry or cherry beer, and to go with the sweet course and cheese, Chateau les Sablines Monbazillac 2000. Last night we had a company Christmas dinner, and had (among others) a Conde de Valdemar Gran Reserva 1997 Rioja, which was an absolute monster. Mmmm. :))
cheers, robin
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Robin Somes

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Champagne before dinner Ray. Pear (made from my daughter's pears) with dinner...Cornish hens stuffed with wild rice and all the fixings. After dinner a liqueur made from those little cherries off my wild cherry trees.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Bill Frazier Olathe, Kansas
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William Frazier

I am serving for the holidays (mostly stocking the wine rack for visitors): 2002 Dandelion dry 2002 Cranberry dry (Jack's Recipe) 2004 Peach Perfection 2003 Symphony from a kit Semi-Sec 2003 Blueberry Semi-sec 2003 Apricot semi-sec 2003 Crabapple semi-sec 2002 Red Zin very dry Rabbit's Foot Pear Mead (purchased on-line)
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A. J. Rawls

After dinner a liqueur made from those little cherries off my wild cherry trees.
Bill, I'm glad you mentioned that! I have some too, that I'd forgotten about. Out it comes.
Also: 2001 Blackberry Dry, Full Bodied red 2003 Hurricane Red Dry, a blend of Chambourcin, NY73 and Chelois
Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year
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Mike MTM, Cokesbury, NJ, USA

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Mike McGeough

A.J. how did the Peach Perfection come out. I made it when I first started making wine 25+ years ago and liked it. Then I made a batch 2 years ago and was disappointed.
Ray
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Ray Calvert

The Peach perfection came out wonderful.. I have made it thrice from fresh North Georgia Peaches and it is wonderful each time.
A.J.
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A. J. Rawls

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