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# 1 : Tuesday 9-8-2016 @ 06:43
 
 
This is a thread where you could discuss wine and food combinations.

I'll start.

Which wines would you drink with smoked salmon (with a squeeze of lemon) and Irish brown bread, aka soda bread?

Thanks
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# 2 : Tuesday 9-8-2016 @ 11:42
 
 
Whatever wine you like. It's just a sandwich.
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# 3 : Tuesday 9-8-2016 @ 12:27
 
 
Sancerre
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# 4 : Tuesday 9-8-2016 @ 13:12
 
 
All the wine we get in Ireland that is in any way affordable ranges from undrinkable piss, to tolerable piss that tastes mostly like plum-skins.

My expert wine opinion is remembering which of the two categories each label you've tried falls into, and avoid the former by drinking the latter.
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# 5 : Tuesday 9-8-2016 @ 13:41
 
 
Maybe you just don't like wine as you can get some beautiful wines for around the €10 mark.
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# 6 : Tuesday 9-8-2016 @ 17:26
 
 
Takes a sip... "mmm, yes this wine tastes like plum skins and alcohol, instead of vinegar mixed with strawberry perfume, it's going on my thumbs up OK list"

"...very good sir"
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# 7 : Tuesday 9-8-2016 @ 18:26
 
 
Someone said :
Sancerre

Good choice if a little expensive. I'd go with something sweet like Pinot Grigio or prosecco to balance out the bitterness of the lemon juice.
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# 8 : Tuesday 9-8-2016 @ 19:20
 
 
You can get a Sancerre in Lidl that isn't madly expensive.
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# 9 : Tuesday 9-8-2016 @ 20:19
 
 
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# 10 : Tuesday 9-8-2016 @ 23:43
 
 
Fresh salmon from the grounds is always accompanied by a Krug, only the best for the best I say, but on the occasions when papa is incarcerated for inside trading, a battered cod and a flagon of o'flahertys cider from lydl will suffice.
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