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colonelnutter

First XI
Joined
Jan 22, 2007
Messages
333
I recently went to a wine tasting at the Pipe of Port (well worth doing, £10 and you get try loads and if you have dinner they knock the tenner off the bill) and the first one I tried was a sparkling English wine called Chapel Down Blanc de Blanc. When I looked at the bottle I noticed it had an SUFC badge on the label. Apparently Ron Martin goes to the Pipe quite a lot and asked them to supply an English sparkler for his corporate events and they have got the suppliers to provide these SUFC branded ones! An excellent tipple and at £20 a bottle an ideal Xmas fizz. PS I am not on commission!
 

OldBlueLady

Junior Blues Coordinator⭐
Joined
Dec 27, 2007
Messages
47,889
Location
Benfleet
With the rage for sparkling wine/prosecco type drinks, I'm amazed he's not decided to sell this on commission!
 
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