Errr... I made some mess hitting the "post now", button. I big mess. and this new post is a new mess. A mass of mess... A MassMess!

Everything returns to its origin, isnt'it?
T.T i just woke up this morning, and i found someone took my 200th post!!!! what kind of evil is that!!!!!!

fine now, i am going to keep this going untill it hit 250 !!!
PE,

Sorry, I've been away. I didn't mean to ignore this post ... Roll Eyes errr, well, you know what I mean.

I just noticed that you and your best friend both have the same first name. Talk about a coincidence -- who'd imagine there'd be TWO moms wacky enough to name their daughter "Pinot" Confused?
...need to get a life!

signed,

William Shatner

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pyang :
Chinese should celebrate by Chinese time no matter where we are !!! : ) I am thinking about opening a bottle of Great Wall 92 tomoorw -- the chinese Lafite !! Smile Have you heard about/tried it before? it is quite good actually, and cheap tooWink
it also has some very funky bottle ( the bottle has a lot of white marking that looks exactly like a fully layer of dust), and would be a good addition to your collection . If you had never tried that, you should look for oneSmile
leesunhee,

It's not Chinese New Year in my book until I get those red envelopes... Razz Wink Big Grin

I've heard of the brand, but have not tried it yet. Would be pretty tough to come across a bottle of that in the States, unless someone would be kindly enough to bring back a bottle. Is this the one from Gobi Desert?

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How 'bout a game of 8-ball for a nice bottle of Cab...
Gung Hay Fat Pinot (What?)

RED wine only. NO WHITE!!!

and some dried bean curd for wealth and happiness.

And absolutely NEVER cut you noodles!

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He is not drunk who from the floor
can raise his voice to ask for more!
Must we remind, There should not be cheap parking ALOUD!!! This thread is starting to putrify! Rigormortis next! Or I think it's just the reverse. Rigormortis before putrification.

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leesunhee

Heard about the Great Wall, understand that there are a few wineries in China, can enlighten me? Any ideal where are they located in China.

After this I will igore you.
sorry it was me who started the messSmilethen things kinda get out of my controlSmile

The Great Wall ( vintage 1992) is probably the best Chinese Red wine avalible. Very cheap ( the 1992 is like 15 us dollar) and it comes in a nice wodden case, and has a very interesting bottle( they did something to part of the bottle that it looks like there are lot of dust on it). It taste ok, my dad actually think it is a decent QPR wine, and is called Chinese Lafite by many. I don't remember much about the wine, but at least it is drinkable, doesn't burn my throat or anything. smells like a decent red wine but I remember the lack of after taste and complexity. What I said above is limited to the 1992 vintage.I had never seen a non 1992.

I have also heard a Chinese white wine call Dynasty( not 100% sure if it is Chinese), and I saw my dad drink that before too. I guess that is a decent wine too and about same price. I am not familiar with other red wine produced in China.but will looking into that and post more infomation here.Smile

If you are planning to buy this wine when you
visit China, please becareful. This Chinese Red wine are selling well. And in China , anything that sells well will have immitation/fake stuff. There are proabbly more fake bottles in the market than real ones. So be very careful about where you get it( directly from the winery is probably the best, and probably safe if you order the bottle in a major hotel). God know what can be inside those fake bottles.
Dynasty Wine.....may be some day it will be endorsed by Yao Ming, Ming Dynasty......if you follow NBA.

Gastro,

Nobody is talking to you! Big Grin
By the way, would you like to see Beckham moves to Barcelona or Real Madrid?

Nobody shall continue this tread.
Dynasty Wine...Colby Valley Cuvee Alexis or Dallas Vineyard, Mis en Bouteille par Sue Ellen Ewing.
Wasn't Falcon Crest about a vineyard?

Do you want to smell my wooden shoes?
Yeah, and hotdog about bun, french fries about chip, hamberger without ham.......mad English, you should keep to Dutch.

and dutch wife about bolster!

and french cap.....I am boycotting french cap!...provided my dutch wife doesn't object! Big Grin
Being a Barcelona follower/sufferer, the question is Do I like B enough to pay for him? I still don't know, I see him too often on TV involved in non-football-related affairs... a bit of a prima ballerina he is... Big Grin

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Free Winona!

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