Sweet wine recommendations via /r/wine

Sweet wine recommendations

I HATE the taste of alcohol so I’ve never drank wine because I don’t like to sip on something that I don’t like the taste of. So I’m looking for wines that are very sweet. Almost like juice. Every time I go into a liquor store I get overwhelmed of the different kinds. Any recommendations? 🙂

Submitted May 22, 2018 at 10:10PM by TinPep
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Visiting the champagne region via /r/wine

Visiting the champagne region

In about a month I will be traveling to France with my brother and father and we have decided to do one day in Champagne. Does anyone have some recomentations to which house is worth the visit? (mainly looking for a house with a possible cellar tour)

If you have any recomenations for other things to do there, anything will be appreciated 🙂

Submitted May 23, 2018 at 07:05AM by Super_duper_elf
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Got invited to Champagne Bollinger, tasted the newly released 2004 R.D and have a 4 course lunch in Lily Bollinger’s house…. A once in a lifetime experience I will never forget! via /r/wine

Got invited to Champagne Bollinger, tasted the newly released 2004 R.D and have a 4 course lunch in Lily Bollinger’s house…. A once in a lifetime experience I will never forget!
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Submitted May 23, 2018 at 06:32AM by squinla3
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EuroCave? Other recs for low humidity climate via /r/wine

EuroCave? Other recs for low humidity climate

We live in Colorado with very low humidity, planning to build a large climate controlled cellar in our next house but for the time being would like to have a small 50-100 wine fridge to store some of our more expensive bottles.

What do others recommend who live in low humidity environments? We are considering the EuroCave Pure S but we’re open to other options.

We’ve had a few cork failures now that I’m pretty sure are due to low humidity

Submitted May 22, 2018 at 07:29PM by MedicalTent
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Leftover wine recipes? via /r/wine

Leftover wine recipes?

I have half a bottle of cranberry wine that's been sitting in the fridge for 3 weeks. I assume it's white wine but correct me if

Any idea of what to do with it?

I guess I could do a jelly but we already have so much jelly in the pantry.

I'd love to make a dark chocolate cake, but those seem to call for red wine. Would it come out weird with the cranberry wine?

Thanks

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