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For cheap, drink now we buy the bottles of Bergerac AC sold by Lidl at €1.15. At under 80p a bottle that's got to be the bargain of the moment if you enjoy red wine.
Brought loads back this last time as we will be a bit tight weighwise next time. It's young and may not keep but that isn't a consideration in this house. :lol:
Certainly keeps a year as we've only just finished last year's import.

For white we also buy Lidl. Try the Alsace Silvaner. A very nice drink on its own, bottle. About €2.30 (£1.55) I think.
 

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Moondog said:
I am not brassed faced enough to stay on a France Passion site and buy nothing so 3 bottles at 5euros seemed a fair compromise.Anyway running a Nuevo ''Ma cave est trop petite'' seemed to work the trick. (Cave must be nf Hachette in van).
Our way is to go and ask if we can buy a single bottle to drink with our meal.

Moondog said:
Anyway now iam 65 my days of drunkeness are over.There are (i think) more important aspects of a couple of glasses than how cheap it was.
Your right and we never drink a wine because it's cheap. We have to be able to enjoy it as a wine.
I'm sure you'll agree though that price is in itself no guarentee of wine quality.
Moondog said:
I was so glad i didnt have to go into Auchan at Coquelles this year .Tell me something in this World that makes you more proud to be British.
Are you referring to the daytrippers?
If so I should tell you that we have never patronised a Calais Hypermarket for 15 years. That when we saw the antics. I remember one of us saying quietly to the other, "Don't speak and no one will know we are British too".
 
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