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THE WINE WIZARD HAS SPOKEN!! That could be the funniest thing I've read on this Board in months.

Well okay -- since you said that, I'm sure we will all give serious thought to your cogent and intelligent question.

HELLO -- EVERYONE -- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE!! THE WINE WIZARD HAS SPOKEN AND HE WANTS SOME ADULTS TO TAKE HIM SERIOUSLY!!! HELLO??? ANYONE HOME???

Actually Wine Wizard, I suspect that you're having a little fun with all of us. If that's the case, I applaud you. If you're serious, you are most certainly a retard.

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I'm what Willis was talking about!
Oh great Wizard,

I'm happy to answer your question. I've certainly given the subject much thought and experimented widely.

What works best I've found is Sauternes in a cute little dessert wine glass and a square or two of dark chocolate that you put into her mouth with your fingers (hopefully clean). Naturally there's more to the seduction than this, but you only asked about wine.

Derek

acaronianasa
Wine Wizard,

What a wonderful topic!

Usually when I have people over, I like to pour a little Moet Chandon in their orifices and crevices and sip it out. There is nothing more refreshing and bubbly than bubbly in a hole (and I am not referring to Old Faithful either) Big Grin

I like champagne for this type of "event" since it doesn't stain the sofa as much as reds do.

Some of the other forumites know my little peanut butter fantasy...hmmm...bubbly and peanut butter...I think I will try that next time.

Oh, when I go for "seconds" I switch to some Beringer Sbragia Chardonnay...it's softer on the skin.
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It should be obvious that Pinot Noir is the ultimate sensual wine. Start with a 1995 Veuve Cliquot Reserve Rose' (PN), and then move to a nice Clos de la Roche, young if you like em young, a good 70's vintage if you like em a little more experienced.

I pity those who doubted the Wizard.

"Wine is light, held together by water." --Galileo

"In the abundance of water, the fool is thirsty." -R.N. Marley

Wes Hagen, VM/WM Clos Pepe
Director: PR/Marketing Santa Rita Hills Winegrower's Alliance
weshagen@thegrid.net
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Originally posted by Sapril Nguyen:
Wine Wizard,

What a wonderful topic!

Usually when I have people over, I like to pour a little Moet Chandon in their orifices and crevices and sip it out. There is nothing more refreshing and bubbly than bubbly in a hole (and I am not referring to Old Faithful either) Big Grin

I like champagne for this type of "event" since it doesn't stain the sofa as much as reds do.

Some of the other forumites know my little peanut butter fantasy...hmmm...bubbly and peanut butter...I think I will try that next time.

Oh, when I go for "seconds" I switch to some Beringer Sbragia Chardonnay...it's softer on the skin.


I'm in love...

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