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haha coach jones!

 

Yeah and I probably shouldn't have put Coach Dennis in there, he lost some great state athletes to other schools since he showed up.

post #42 of 48

Thought this might be to your taste.Made by what we call "flying winemakers" Aussies who work contract in other countries. It may turn up in your 'hood.

Don't know how it goes with frogs legs!

post #43 of 48

So fun to see the wines from your area Mick - and the neighboring areas, and then your "flying winemakers" too!

 

Funny, I JUST yesterday read a fabulous story about Whiskey in Tasmania (some Pop and Daughter garage outfit - the "Overeems?") receiving a "liquid-gold" rating and joining the pack of top tier sips worldwide, or something of this sort.

 

In any event, I didn't mean to hijack or sidetrack this great thread, but am just sharing in the enthusiasm and mention of liquor from places near you...

 

Here's to fabulous frogs' legs however, and lovely libation, and a Wonderful Wednesday for all!!!!!!

 

Cheers!!!! - Leah

post #44 of 48
If you are going to do something outside the square Tassie is the place.
I don't want to hijack this either I just saw that Rastros2 had a liking for Malbec. Great wine for beef IMO.
post #45 of 48
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Those legs look great!  Tough to find them around here, especially in bulk.  Usually run around $8-9/lb at that. 

thanks man....we can get them at store in a 5 pound box for around $15, i think a 40 pound case is around $60 

post #46 of 48
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Thought this might be to your taste.Made by what we call "flying winemakers" Aussies who work contract in other countries. It may turn up in your 'hood.

Don't know how it goes with frogs legs!

thanks man i will defiantly try it when i find it

post #47 of 48

Your welcome.Down here we mostly blend malbec with shiraz or cabernet rather than have it as a single variety wine. 

We ship a lot of winemaking talent as well as wine because we have several specialist colleges for wine makers & viticulturists. The youngsters do a few vintages here then head o/s in our off season.I should have paid more attention in science,I could have been lounging around some French/Argentinean vineyard arguing about rugby instead of wearing a suit& living in the city.:biggrin:

If I see something here thats a chance of turning up in the states I will stick a photo in the Wino's group.

post #48 of 48
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grest thanks man

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