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    29 Jan '13 19:27
    Make mine a double please.
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    29 Jan '13 19:32
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    Make mine a double please.
    Any wine around here?
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    29 Jan '13 19:35
    Originally posted by lolof
    Any wine around here?
    Just wait "Gran". The whiners are waiting in the bushes.
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    29 Jan '13 20:16
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    Just wait "Gran". The whiners are waiting in the bushes.
    I've a nice bottle of white wine in the fridge.
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    29 Jan '13 20:24
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    Just wait "Gran". The whiners are waiting in the bushes.
    You will find them in mass quantity in IVV
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    29 Jan '13 20:37
    Originally posted by shortcircuit
    You will find them in mass quantity in IVV
    I doubt it, it will all be gone before I get there.
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    29 Jan '13 20:44
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    I've a nice bottle of white wine in the fridge.
    I always keep white wine in the fridge too. Somebody told me, to serve wine at the right temperatures, keep white wine in the fridge until 30 min (I think) before serving whereas red wine should be kept for about 30 min in the fridge before serving to get it a bit cooler.
  8. Dublin Ireland
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    29 Jan '13 20:46
    Originally posted by lolof
    I always keep white wine in the fridge too. Somebody told me, to serve wine at the right temperatures, keep white wine in the fridge until 30 min (I think) before serving whereas red wine should be kept for about 30 min in the fridge before serving to get it a bit cooler.
    Apparently you're not supposed to put red wine in the fridge.

    So I was told, I'm not an expert.
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    29 Jan '13 20:47
    Originally posted by shortcircuit
    You will find them in mass quantity in IVV
    Sorry, I thought you meant the wine at first.
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    29 Jan '13 20:50
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    Apparently you're not supposed to put red wine in the fridge.

    So I was told, I'm not an expert.
    That's what I was taught too, but room temperature was about 18 deg C then but perhaps 21-22 now?
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    29 Jan '13 20:53
    Originally posted by lolof
    That's what I was taught too, but room temperature was about 18 deg C then but perhaps 21-22 now?
    According to your flag you're in Sweden.

    I wouldn't think it is anywhere near 18 degrees C there.


    18 below maybe. BBBrrrrrrrrrrr
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    29 Jan '13 20:59
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    According to your flag you're in Sweden.

    I wouldn't think it is anywhere near 18 degrees C there.


    18 below maybe. BBBrrrrrrrrrrr
    Outside temperature have been OK (+5 deg C) for a a few days now but we don't expect it to last.



    Bottoms Up, he said - can we add anything?
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    29 Jan '13 21:36
    Originally posted by lolof
    Outside temperature have been OK (+5 deg C) for a a few days now but we don't expect it to last.



    Bottoms Up, he said - can we add anything?
    At +5C you could go for a "Polarbear dip" and perhaps 'Bottoms Up'. 😲
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    29 Jan '13 21:40
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    At +5C you could go for a "Polarbear dip" and perhaps 'Bottoms Up'. 😲
    +5 is a summer day in Sweden.
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    29 Jan '13 22:18
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    +5 is a summer day in Sweden.
    Hmmmm. I remember being in Malmö (1967) and if memory serves me well the temps were in the +20C range.
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