...and could only drink two reds and two whites...which ones?
I'm basing this off of wines that I have had, otherwise the '61 Petrus & '59 Latour would probably be the reds.
- '87 Dunn Howell Mountain
- '03 Cos d'Estournel
- '90 Donnhoff Brucke Auslese
- '09 Aubert Lauren Vineyard
Interesting. I might go with wines that I would enjoy drinking very often as opposed to "wow" wines, if that makes sense.
Didier Daguenau Buisson Renard
Varner Bee Block Chard
Santa Duc Gigondas
Stefania Eaglepoint Syrah
Just off the top of my head. No bubbles?
One advantage of the sparkly - bigger bottles, greater buoyancy to help you float off the island!
i'd trade the btls for a beer and kate upton
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The last thing I want on a deserted island is a bunch of wine.
Give me a couple of supermodels and some soap. We'll figure the rest out.
I need more information. What will the average temperature be? What kind of fruit is available? Will there be a certain fish species available near shore? Any wild boar on the island? How about wild turkey?
The food or the drink?
The latest SI swimsuit edition is strongly recommended reading. Paired with a nice Pinot, of course!
Mountain man - good point. Likely coconuts, raw fish, and your typical stranded island assorted grasses and other fauna. With all those empty bottles, should be able to trap some very tiny shrimp!
I would want to be with my twin and double up whatever he brings
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
Too much "man boob" on this island, not enough "boob boob".
Give me some Spotted Cow & some Bar Refaeli (in that order). AND, I will also require a volleyball to converse with (Preferably "Wilson" brand).
So you're saying you'd be bringing Kaitlyn Leeb??
Good thinking mountainman. You cannot choose a wine without considering pairing can you?
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