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[LCBO] LCBO Rolling Pinot grigio

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[LCBO] LCBO Rolling Pinot grigio

https://www.liquery.com/483248-Rolling-Pinot-Grigio

Picked up a few bottles last night and noticed the original price was 15.70 as the original price tag was still instore.

Had a glass last night and really liked it. Wife did as well. Great easy going wine for the summer. Bought 10 more this morning

Another better reviewed one is below as well. 3.6 score on Vivino but didnt try it yet. Will open a bottle tonight. Also on sale

https://www.lcbo.com/webapp/wcs/stores/ ... J-4RuApA0M
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Not a pino Grigio fan but upvote for posting a good wine deal. Let’s turn this into RedAndWhiteWineDeals.com for the summer.
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can wine sit indefinitely if you don't open them? i still got 7 bottles from the other RFD post.
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Sicklyslick wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 3:11 pm
can wine sit indefinitely if you don't open them? i still got 7 bottles from the other RFD post.
Should be fine for a long time considering they sell wines that are sometimes aged 10 yrs or more
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It's at the top discounted products list at LiQuery for at least a month already.
Haven't posted it here as it's a so-so wine IMO, but the label is cool.
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Midav wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 3:37 pm
It's at the top discounted products list at LiQuery for at least a month already.
Haven't posted it here as it's a so-so wine IMO, but the label is cool.
At under 9 its a great value white wine. Perfect for a hot summer night. Very smooth finish with strong apple and pear notes

With stuff like this its often personal taste. I couldnt stomach that toro wine everyone was raving about but loved this one.
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Sicklyslick wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 3:11 pm
can wine sit indefinitely if you don't open them? i still got 7 bottles from the other RFD post.
MikeK157 wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 3:21 pm
Should be fine for a long time considering they sell wines that are sometimes aged 10 yrs or more
No wine can sit indefinitely, and only certain wines can last over 10 years - and then only if the cork is good and it's stored in the right environment (cool, dark, proper humidity). Pino Grigio likley won't last more than a few years (especially cheap stuff). For best results keep it in a cool, dark cellar, or if you don't have a spot similar to that, in the fridge.

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