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Power Napper
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I bought a bottle of wine with a screw top. Didn't notice til I got home.




I am doomed.
 

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theBreeze said:
I bought a bottle of wine with a screw top. Didn't notice til I got home.




I am doomed.
That's OK...I mostly drink boxed wine these days. I'm sure some see that as the greater sin.
 

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theBreeze said:
I bought a bottle of wine with a screw top. Didn't notice til I got home.




I am doomed.
No sin there.

See also: Plumpjack.


Of course, if there's swill under that cap, you're doomed.
 

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I thought screw-tops were going up-market b/c they are easier to work with and more reliable than corks.
 

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Bocephus Jones II said:
That's OK...I mostly drink boxed wine these days. I'm sure some see that as the greater sin.
Meh, if you like it, drink it.

If you're drinking it 'cause it's cheep, stik to water.

No taste > bad taste. In wine, too.
 

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Creakyknees said:
I thought screw-tops were going up-market b/c they are easier to work with and more reliable than corks.
Yep, though alternative stoppers are doing better in the market. Tradition and all.
 

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Yeah, this was a surprise given the lable. I have heard more "up label" wineries were goign toscrew tops, less chance of a wine getting corky, but it still makes me feel cheap. And not in a good way.

 

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Ahh, you caught me....:D
 
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