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Cool that they put the working structure and stuff underground.

Great pics, love the Creme Brulee, made me drool.
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One of the interesting things we learned was how many bottles of wine they get from a barrel. 300! Couldn't believe a barrel held that much. At how much a bottle $$$, you do the math....

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MMMMM good, that restaurant that Bill had the episode with the waiter had some great Creme Brulee.
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MMMMM good, that restaurant that Bill had the episode with the waiter had some great Creme Brulee.
Bill does love them all, doesn't he?
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One of the interesting things we learned was how many bottles of wine they get from a barrel. 300! Couldn't believe a barrel held that much. At how much a bottle $$$, you do the math....


well, when i was a regular wine drinker, boones farm strawberry hill was $1.99/bottle.

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well, when i was a regular wine drinker, boones farm strawberry hill was $1.99/bottle.
We rarely drink Okanagan wine. The average price for a bottle is about $20-$25.00 I am pretty thrifty when it comes to my wine purchasing, so we usually keep an eye out for the sales. We did pick up a few bottles of Jackson-Triggs at the liquor store last week for $8.99 a bottle. I'm happy if I can find a bottle under $10.00

Of course as Tracy only drinks dry white, and I prefer red we tend to buy two (at least...... ) bottles at the same time.
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well, when i was a regular wine drinker, boones farm strawberry hill was $1.99/bottle.
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