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Originally posted by yearnforwine:
I already said if someone buy one bottle and don't like the wine...I'll bring back the money...this time I'll give 5 months money back...


Why don't you send me the wine, I'll drink it, and if there's nothing wrong with it I'll send you the money? That way I don't have to worry that you won't return the money if I don't like the wine.
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Originally posted by Vino Me:
One of the most obvious signs of an online scam is the inclusion of misspellings and the poor use of grammar in an offer.

VM


You're thinking that I'm online fraudster?! And where did you get this brilliant idea...

I'm waiting AZCat to send me his details...and he will say how the wine is...
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Originally posted by yearnforwine:
You're thinking that I'm online fraudster?! And where did you get this brilliant idea...


I got that idea when you described your wines as "perfect." The 1972 vintage was absolutely horrible. "Perfect"ly horrible. The wines were never any good and certainly are now dead for decades. Anybody who buys anything from you is brain dead.
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Originally posted by yearnforwine:
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Originally posted by Vino Me:
One of the most obvious signs of an online scam is the inclusion of misspellings and the poor use of grammar in an offer.

VM


You're thinking that I'm online fraudster?! And where did you get this brilliant idea...

I'm waiting AZCat to send me his details...and he will say how the wine is...


I'm trying to find some Euros. Where are you shipping from?
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Originally posted by Vino Me:
One of the most obvious signs of an online scam is the inclusion of misspellings and the poor use of grammar in an offer.

VM


BINGO!!

In this post YFW spells Immediately correctly;
"I am a fair seller if there is any problem I will return the money immediately... I'm raising money for a car ...Do you want more information...???"

In this post he can't even spell 'great';
"Thick as Thieves you should watch it...it`s a grate movie.."

If you can spell 'immediately' correctly, I'm thinking you can spell 'great'.

lol
G-Unit it looks like that but the taste is unbelievable...if you want believe me...

AZCat send me mail or give me yours...

Icewino :that 1877 rodo cost about 300-400euro and you said I was drinkin' cheap beers...

Once you do not believe we deal like this...I'm sending the wine after you receiving and tring it if you dislike it...you will not pay me...simply and easy method...I will take this risk although I can get screwed...
I can see that your English is actually worse than mine, if that's possible, so what I said was that in the reflection on the Cheval Blanc you can pretty distinctly see what appears to be two cheap beers sitting next to the photographer, not that the crud in the glass was cheap beer, although given my choice between the two I'd go for the beer.

If I get the wine and decide to sit on it for a while can I still wait until I try it to pay you?
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Originally posted by yearnforwine:
Maybe my english is really worse than yours...and about your question no,you don't have to.I still can't see these beers in the picture..

We`re listenin' the same music G-Unit G G G G


Okay, 50 cents for all 3 bottles.
Your wines may be compromised by the looks of level of wine in the bottles. Oxidation may have made them go bad. I would inspect the top of the cork and make sure, or it may just be a short poor which happens on occasion and the wines go bad...good luck
Let's not forget that about 60 years ago the Belgian bottlers of Ch Petrus regularly filled to a level below bottom of neck.
Do you know that?!
When I`d opened 1877 ferreira there was oxygen in the bottle.That`s why I decided to open and try it.All of you won't believe me but the taste was really unbelievable...the taste change itself first like strong cognac and then I felt it like a sweet liqueur....but the second bottle I`ve prepared it for New Year... because I really liked it...

Because holidays are coming the price will be 300 euro for the bottles.
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