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Question about aged wine

I don't know if that's even the correct term for what I'm asking. I was given some wine yesterday that is a 2012 cabernet sauvignon (Navarra Correas if that makes any difference). I noticed that my buzz was much more controlled and the next morning I felt great! Usually I am some what hung over, but I also am usually drinking cheap wine. The woman at the liquor store said I felt that way because my wine was aged. Is that common knowledge? I can't find this particular brand there as they'd have to order it, but I'm trying to find something similar for a reasonable price and am open to suggestions (Also it can be something other than cabernet).

Submitted August 19, 2017 at 06:14PM by david-bowies-buldge
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Greetings! I have two Vinmaps wine region maps, including 1) Wine Regions of France (32×36) and 2) Wine regions of Italy(28×39), that need a good home. Both satin matte maps are brand new in the tube, have never been used or hung, and go for $70 to $80 a piece/new. A great addition to a wine room. I have included screenshots of the actual maps from Vinmap's, as rolling them out and getting a quality picture was challenging. I don't normally use the r/wine thread, but I have made 50+ transactions on r/cigarmarket. Looking for $95/shipped.

Submitted August 19, 2017 at 07:40AM by mnicho22
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