Old Jun 18, 19, 11:45 am
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Originally Posted by mjm View Post
...6. The wine brought should be special to the person bringing it. Sharing the cost detracts from that and makes it about a dollar value and a quantity provided. The quality or contents of the bottle should be the focus. Nobody is incapable of going to a wine shop, describing a price and a style or them and getting great advice.
This is far and away the idea that most applies to this sort of event. Bring a wine that has some meaning to you. You bought it at the winery, someone important gave it to you, it has a special memory to you, The grapes were grown in your neighbor's backyard, or just that the wine guy you talked to in the shop said that it fits your criteria and you need to taste it. Anything like that.
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