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Ed Pawlowski
2022-01-06 02:53:07 UTC
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Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.

Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am cooking
for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice dinner for
four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time. Sure made
a difference.

I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.

Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
John Kuthe
2022-01-06 02:58:36 UTC
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Post by Ed Pawlowski
Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.
Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am cooking
for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice dinner for
four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time. Sure made
a difference.
I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I used to drink Red Wine, but NO MORE!

I drink ZERO ethanol now.


John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Lucretia Borgia
2022-01-06 12:27:12 UTC
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Post by Ed Pawlowski
Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.
Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am cooking
for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice dinner for
four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time. Sure made
a difference.
I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I used to drink Red Wine, but NO MORE!
I drink ZERO ethanol now.
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Ed was posting info for normal people, you don't drink red wine, just
ignore it!
bruce bowser
2022-01-06 14:18:51 UTC
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Post by John Kuthe
Post by Ed Pawlowski
Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.
Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am cooking
for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice dinner for
four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time. Sure made
a difference.
I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I used to drink Red Wine, but NO MORE!
I drink ZERO ethanol now.
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Ed was posting info for normal people, you don't drink red wine, just
ignore it!
I don't mind adding gin to wine before drinking (about 1 part gin, 2 parts wine).
bob
2022-01-06 15:10:00 UTC
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Post by Lucretia Borgia
Post by John Kuthe
Post by Ed Pawlowski
Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.
Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am cooking
for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice dinner for
four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time. Sure made
a difference.
I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I used to drink Red Wine, but NO MORE!
I drink ZERO ethanol now.
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Ed was posting info for normal people, you don't drink red wine, just
ignore it!
I don't mind adding gin to wine before drinking (about 1 part gin, 2 parts wine).
Sorta of a reverse martini? I could try a splash of wine in gin
martini, but not 2 to 1 as you do. Would rather the wine flavor.
bruce bowser
2022-01-06 15:46:01 UTC
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Post by bruce bowser
Post by Lucretia Borgia
Post by John Kuthe
Post by Ed Pawlowski
Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.
Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am cooking
for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice dinner for
four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time. Sure made
a difference.
I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I used to drink Red Wine, but NO MORE!
I drink ZERO ethanol now.
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Ed was posting info for normal people, you don't drink red wine, just
ignore it!
I don't mind adding gin to wine before drinking (about 1 part gin, 2 parts wine).
Sorta of a reverse martini?
Hold the dry vermouth and olive, yeah? I like the slight anti-sweet kick of gin.
Arn0
2022-01-06 18:53:39 UTC
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Post by bruce bowser
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Post by John Kuthe
Post by Ed Pawlowski
Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.
Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am cooking
for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice dinner for
four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time. Sure made
a difference.
I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I used to drink Red Wine, but NO MORE!
I drink ZERO ethanol now.
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Ed was posting info for normal people, you don't drink red wine, just
ignore it!
I don't mind adding gin to wine before drinking (about 1 part gin, 2 parts wine).
Sorta of a reverse martini? I could try a splash of wine in gin
martini, but not 2 to 1 as you do. Would rather the wine flavor.
Dit is mijn kikker. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
GM
2022-01-06 16:52:44 UTC
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Post by Lucretia Borgia
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Post by Ed Pawlowski
Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.
Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am cooking
for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice dinner for
four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time. Sure made
a difference.
I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I used to drink Red Wine, but NO MORE!
I drink ZERO ethanol now.
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Ed was posting info for normal people, you don't drink red wine, just
ignore it!
I don't mind adding gin to wine before drinking (about 1 part gin, 2 parts wine).
EEK...!!!
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GM
Arn0
2022-01-06 18:50:40 UTC
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Post by Lucretia Borgia
Post by John Kuthe
Post by Ed Pawlowski
Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.
Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am cooking
for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice dinner for
four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time. Sure made
a difference.
I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I used to drink Red Wine, but NO MORE!
I drink ZERO ethanol now.
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Ed was posting info for normal people, you don't drink red wine, just
ignore it!
I don't mind adding gin to wine before drinking (about 1 part gin, 2 parts wine).
Barbarian.
This is my frogger.
Michael Trew
2022-01-07 03:15:20 UTC
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Post by John Kuthe
Post by Ed Pawlowski
Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.
Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am cooking
for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice dinner for
four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time. Sure made
a difference.
I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I used to drink Red Wine, but NO MORE!
I drink ZERO ethanol now.
John Kuthe, RN, BSN...
Ed was posting info for normal people, you don't drink red wine, just
ignore it!
Why would he ignore it? So many people here will jump to correct him
(not you), and that gives him his desired attention.
bob
2022-01-06 15:06:54 UTC
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Post by Ed Pawlowski
Long ago I learned the benefits of decanting red wine about an hour
before serving. It allows it to breath and improves taste and makes it
smoother.
Over the past few years I got away from it since most times I am
cooking for myself and have a half bottle. Last night I made a nice
dinner for four of us and decanted a bottle of zinfandel ahead of time.
Sure made a difference.
I put the decanter where I see it all the time and will do just a half
bottle for myself in the future. Worth the small effort.
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I have a similar decanter. Used it a lot when I first got it and then
lazy set in. It does make a difference. Wine likes some air to open
up. Also have one of these;

https://www.amazon.com/Vintorio-Wine-Aerator-Pourer-Aerating/dp/B00T1F5CSU

It works pretty well also and you don't have to air the whole bottle if
your not going to consume it all in one sitting. Still don't use it
much. Thanks for the reminder and next red wine I open (probably
tonight) .. will use one of 'em. Zinfandel used to be my favorite
grape, now it's pinot noir. I may head back to zin since pinot has
gotten so expensive even for a middle of the road one. Everything we
buy these days has taken a huge jump in price though.
Ed Pawlowski
2022-01-06 15:38:17 UTC
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I have a similar decanter.  Used it a lot when I first got it and then
lazy set in.  It does make a difference.  Wine likes some air to open
up.  Also have one of these;
https://www.amazon.com/Vintorio-Wine-Aerator-Pourer-Aerating/dp/B00T1F5CSU
It works pretty well also and you don't have to air the whole bottle if
your not going to consume it all in one sitting.  Still don't use it
much.  Thanks for the reminder and next red wine I open (probably
tonight) .. will use one of 'em.  Zinfandel used to be my favorite
grape, now it's  pinot noir.  I may head back to zin since pinot has
gotten so expensive even for a middle of the road one. Everything we buy
these days has taken a huge jump in price though.
I'm going to order one. Would be handy for the times I don't think ahead.
US Janet
2022-01-06 17:03:18 UTC
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I have a similar decanter.  Used it a lot when I first got it and then
lazy set in.  It does make a difference.  Wine likes some air to open
up.  Also have one of these;
https://www.amazon.com/Vintorio-Wine-Aerator-Pourer-Aerating/dp/B00T1F5CSU
It works pretty well also and you don't have to air the whole bottle if
your not going to consume it all in one sitting.  Still don't use it
much.  Thanks for the reminder and next red wine I open (probably
tonight) .. will use one of 'em.  Zinfandel used to be my favorite
grape, now it's  pinot noir.  I may head back to zin since pinot has
gotten so expensive even for a middle of the road one. Everything we buy
these days has taken a huge jump in price though.
I'm going to order one. Would be handy for the times I don't think ahead.
we have one and we like the results. It works nicely for just the 2
of us.
Janet US
Dave Smith
2022-01-06 18:03:50 UTC
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Post by US Janet
Post by Ed Pawlowski
Post by bob
It works pretty well also and you don't have to air the whole bottle if
your not going to consume it all in one sitting.  Still don't use it
much.  Thanks for the reminder and next red wine I open (probably
tonight) .. will use one of 'em.  Zinfandel used to be my favorite
grape, now it's  pinot noir.  I may head back to zin since pinot has
gotten so expensive even for a middle of the road one. Everything we buy
these days has taken a huge jump in price though.
I'm going to order one. Would be handy for the times I don't think ahead.
we have one and we like the results. It works nicely for just the 2
of us.
I have drastically reduced alcohol consumption and have only one glass
of wine. Rather than pouring it into a decanter I just pour a glass of
wine way ahead and let it breathe.
Arn0
2022-01-06 18:51:49 UTC
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Post by bob
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Post by US Janet
Post by Ed Pawlowski
Post by bob
It works pretty well also and you don't have to air the whole bottle if
your not going to consume it all in one sitting.  Still don't use it
much.  Thanks for the reminder and next red wine I open (probably
tonight) .. will use one of 'em.  Zinfandel used to be my favorite
grape, now it's  pinot noir.  I may head back to zin since pinot has
gotten so expensive even for a middle of the road one. Everything we buy
these days has taken a huge jump in price though.
I'm going to order one. Would be handy for the times I don't think ahead.
we have one and we like the results. It works nicely for just the 2
of us.
I have drastically reduced alcohol consumption and have only one glass
of wine. Rather than pouring it into a decanter I just pour a glass of
wine way ahead and let it breathe.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
Lucretia Borgia
2022-01-06 21:38:45 UTC
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Post by Ed Pawlowski
I have a similar decanter.  Used it a lot when I first got it and then
lazy set in.  It does make a difference.  Wine likes some air to open
up.  Also have one of these;
https://www.amazon.com/Vintorio-Wine-Aerator-Pourer-Aerating/dp/B00T1F5CSU
It works pretty well also and you don't have to air the whole bottle if
your not going to consume it all in one sitting.  Still don't use it
much.  Thanks for the reminder and next red wine I open (probably
tonight) .. will use one of 'em.  Zinfandel used to be my favorite
grape, now it's  pinot noir.  I may head back to zin since pinot has
gotten so expensive even for a middle of the road one. Everything we buy
these days has taken a huge jump in price though.
I'm going to order one. Would be handy for the times I don't think ahead.
we have one and we like the results. It works nicely for just the 2
of us.
Janet US
Mine will be here in time for Monday dinner.
I have a similar one and it is effective, when I use it :)
bruce bowser
2022-01-06 23:51:00 UTC
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Post by bob
I have a similar decanter. Used it a lot when I first got it and then
lazy set in. It does make a difference. Wine likes some air to open
up. Also have one of these;
https://www.amazon.com/Vintorio-Wine-Aerator-Pourer-Aerating/dp/B00T1F5CSU
It works pretty well also and you don't have to air the whole bottle if
your not going to consume it all in one sitting. Still don't use it
much. Thanks for the reminder and next red wine I open (probably
tonight) .. will use one of 'em. Zinfandel used to be my favorite
grape, now it's pinot noir. I may head back to zin since pinot has
gotten so expensive even for a middle of the road one. Everything we buy
these days has taken a huge jump in price though.
I'm going to order one. Would be handy for the times I don't think ahead.
we have one and we like the results. It works nicely for just the 2
of us.
Janet US
Mine will be here in time for Monday dinner.
I have a similar one and it is effective, when I use it :)
Lady, I doubt that anything would be more effective than a few glasses of half gin and half white wine.
Lucretia Borgia
2022-01-07 00:41:31 UTC
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Post by Lucretia Borgia
Post by bob
I have a similar decanter. Used it a lot when I first got it and then
lazy set in. It does make a difference. Wine likes some air to open
up. Also have one of these;
https://www.amazon.com/Vintorio-Wine-Aerator-Pourer-Aerating/dp/B00T1F5CSU
It works pretty well also and you don't have to air the whole bottle if
your not going to consume it all in one sitting. Still don't use it
much. Thanks for the reminder and next red wine I open (probably
tonight) .. will use one of 'em. Zinfandel used to be my favorite
grape, now it's pinot noir. I may head back to zin since pinot has
gotten so expensive even for a middle of the road one. Everything we buy
these days has taken a huge jump in price though.
I'm going to order one. Would be handy for the times I don't think ahead.
we have one and we like the results. It works nicely for just the 2
of us.
Janet US
Mine will be here in time for Monday dinner.
I have a similar one and it is effective, when I use it :)
Lady, I doubt that anything would be more effective than a few glasses of half gin and half white wine.
I wouldn't know since I wouldn't defile wine with gin, yuck!
Dave Smith
2022-01-07 00:45:47 UTC
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On Thu, 6 Jan 2022 15:51:00 -0800 (PST), bruce bowser
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Post by Lucretia Borgia
Post by bob
I have a similar decanter. Used it a lot when I first got it and then
lazy set in. It does make a difference. Wine likes some air to open
up. Also have one of these;
https://www.amazon.com/Vintorio-Wine-Aerator-Pourer-Aerating/dp/B00T1F5CSU
It works pretty well also and you don't have to air the whole bottle if
your not going to consume it all in one sitting. Still don't use it
much. Thanks for the reminder and next red wine I open (probably
tonight) .. will use one of 'em. Zinfandel used to be my favorite
grape, now it's pinot noir. I may head back to zin since pinot has
gotten so expensive even for a middle of the road one. Everything we buy
these days has taken a huge jump in price though.
I'm going to order one. Would be handy for the times I don't think ahead.
we have one and we like the results. It works nicely for just the 2
of us.
Janet US
Mine will be here in time for Monday dinner.
I have a similar one and it is effective, when I use it :)
Lady, I doubt that anything would be more effective than a few glasses of half gin and half white wine.
I wouldn't know since I wouldn't defile wine with gin, yuck
Or defile good gin with wine.

!
Graham
2022-01-07 01:44:29 UTC
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Post by bruce bowser
Post by Lucretia Borgia
Post by bob
I have a similar decanter. Used it a lot when I first got it and then
lazy set in. It does make a difference. Wine likes some air to open
up. Also have one of these;
https://www.amazon.com/Vintorio-Wine-Aerator-Pourer-Aerating/dp/B00T1F5CSU
It works pretty well also and you don't have to air the whole bottle if
your not going to consume it all in one sitting. Still don't use it
much. Thanks for the reminder and next red wine I open (probably
tonight) .. will use one of 'em. Zinfandel used to be my favorite
grape, now it's pinot noir. I may head back to zin since pinot has
gotten so expensive even for a middle of the road one. Everything we buy
these days has taken a huge jump in price though.
I'm going to order one. Would be handy for the times I don't think ahead.
we have one and we like the results. It works nicely for just the 2
of us.
Janet US
Mine will be here in time for Monday dinner.
I have a similar one and it is effective, when I use it :)
Lady, I doubt that anything would be more effective than a few glasses of half gin and half white wine.
I wouldn't know since I wouldn't defile wine with gin, yuck!
Legends have it that Chinese illionares drink Chateau Lafite, at
$1000/bottle, with Coka Cola.
Gary
2022-01-07 11:47:44 UTC
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Legends have it that Chinese illionares drink Chateau Lafite, at
$1000/bottle, with Coka Cola.
The wine is way overpriced but I can believe it.
My favorite wine beverage was cheap, dry white wine mixed half and half
with diet Coke. No kidding.
Leonard Blaisdell
2022-01-10 01:25:16 UTC
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The wine is way overpriced but I can believe it.
My favorite wine beverage was cheap, dry white wine mixed half and half
with diet Coke. No kidding.
Back in my day, it was Ripple wine with the greatest slogan ever!
"You can't make a splash without a Ripple!"
That great slogan couldn't save the wine. It died in 1984. RIP, you
know, like in RIPple ;-)
bruce bowser
2022-01-10 15:14:42 UTC
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Post by Graham
Legends have it that Chinese illionares drink Chateau Lafite, at
$1000/bottle, with Coka Cola.
The wine is way overpriced but I can believe it.
My favorite wine beverage was cheap, dry white wine mixed half and half
with diet Coke. No kidding.
Half wine and half gin is good because sometimes, wine can have good as well as bad natural tastes. The gin takes care of all of that.
Leonard Blaisdell
2022-01-06 22:54:05 UTC
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Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I have these. I bought them in the Eighties, because I thought they
looked cool. I don't even have a cabinet to showcase them.
My wife consumes a liter of wine every five years, and I drink beer.
I thought they'd impress at the few parties I threw, along with the cool
wine glasses that go with them. I guess they did?
What a waste of money!

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Lucretia Borgia
2022-01-06 23:39:44 UTC
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Post by Ed Pawlowski
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I have these. I bought them in the Eighties, because I thought they
looked cool. I don't even have a cabinet to showcase them.
My wife consumes a liter of wine every five years, and I drink beer.
I thought they'd impress at the few parties I threw, along with the cool
wine glasses that go with them. I guess they did?
What a waste of money!
<https://postimg.cc/5H3w4gRc>
You should check, some decanters have really increased in value. If
you don't use them you could sell them and buy beer :)
jmcquown
2022-01-07 00:05:38 UTC
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Post by Ed Pawlowski
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I have these. I bought them in the Eighties, because I thought they
looked cool. I don't even have a cabinet to showcase them.
My wife consumes a liter of wine every five years, and I drink beer.
I thought they'd impress at the few parties I threw, along with the cool
wine glasses that go with them. I guess they did?
What a waste of money!
<https://postimg.cc/5H3w4gRc>
One of those is a very pretty flat based brandy decanter. The other
could be used for just about anything. Both functional and decorative.
They are not truly "decanting" a bottle of wine.

Jill
Michael Trew
2022-01-07 03:16:46 UTC
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Post by Ed Pawlowski
Mine is similar to this. No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I have these. I bought them in the Eighties, because I thought they
looked cool. I don't even have a cabinet to showcase them.
My wife consumes a liter of wine every five years, and I drink beer.
I thought they'd impress at the few parties I threw, along with the cool
wine glasses that go with them. I guess they did?
What a waste of money!
<https://postimg.cc/5H3w4gRc>
I have one of those in my booth at the antique mall. Is that what those
are?? Huh, you learn something new every day. Perhaps I can correct
the tag on it, and increase the price from $4 to $5... LOL
Ed Pawlowski
2022-01-07 04:27:19 UTC
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Post by Leonard Blaisdell
Mine is similar to this.  No need to spend a lot of money but you can.
https://tinyurl.com/yc43h255
I have these. I bought them in the Eighties, because I thought they
looked cool. I don't even have a cabinet to showcase them.
My wife consumes a liter of wine every five years, and I drink beer.
I thought they'd impress at the few parties I threw, along with the cool
wine glasses that go with them. I guess they did?
What a waste of money!
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I have one of those in my booth at the antique mall.  Is that what those
are??  Huh, you learn something new every day.  Perhaps I can correct
the tag on it, and increase the price from $4 to $5... LOL
Depends on what they are made from. Cut glass is cheap but if crystal,
new they would have sold in the $100+ range.

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Leonard Blaisdell
2022-01-07 06:54:04 UTC
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Depends on what they are made from. Cut glass is cheap but if crystal,
new they would have sold in the $100+ range.
They're Swarovski.
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