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Old 11-10-2018, 10:05 AM   #81
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Runquist makes quality and reasonably priced wines. Drink Pinot more than others due to it matches better with what we eat more of lately. Also enjoying Washington syrahs: Reynvaan, Cayuse, K, Walls, though the price increases are pushing me out of the market. Really enjoy Russian river pinot and warming to Oregon’s as well. Burgundy is tasty but way too pricey.

Speaking of price, where are your favorite places to purchase wine? Online retailers, Costco, brick and mortar retailers? Now that I’ve FIRE’d last week, need to find the best prices for this luxury, as my taste won’t allow me to drink $2 chuck anymore...
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Speaking of price, where are your favorite places to purchase wine? Online retailers, Costco, brick and mortar retailers? Now that I’ve FIRE’d last week, need to find the best prices for this luxury, as my taste won’t allow me to drink $2 chuck anymore...

Wine.com is pretty good, especially when they have one of their 1 cent shipping promo offers (you have to order at least 12 bottles to get the 1 cent shipping deal). Their prices are okay, and the variety of wines they offer is very good. They ship to most (but not all) states, so you do have to check that. And someone has to be home to sign for the box, but you can pick your preferred date of delivery.
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