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I've seen a double magnum (3L), an Imperial (6L) and even the Nebuchadnezzar (15L) but what size bottle goes with this corkscrew??
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Haha! Does anyone have a gigantic bottle of Moscato? Or Rose'? We'll share it?! Lol! 
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A fabulous deal to buy today's featured #wine from one of our sponsors, CorkExclusive!
http://www.corkexclusive.com/products/bodega-norton-malbec-reserva-2011
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Awesome :-)
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RT @PaulMasUK: #MalbecWorldday Before Malbec made it big in Argentina, it thrived in France http://t.co/6W6tb3QPwE
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Nothing says spring like a good rosé! Includes ten of our very favorites for your springtime sipping pleasure...
http://www.reversewinesnob.com/2014/04/fortant-coast-select-grenache-rose.html
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This still cracks me up every time I see it...
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From the archives: Simon says, "Drink more Chenin Blanc!" http://www.reversewinesnob.com/2013/10/simonsig-chenin-blanc.html
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Let it Breathe!
Bodega Norton Malbec Reserva 2011 - A fine wine for #WorldMalbecDay and a perfect example of how a little air can transform a wine into something special.
http://www.reversewinesnob.com/2014/04/bodega-norton-malbec-reserva.html
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I love wine Norton
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Montefalco Rosso - The Magic of Sagrantino.
Five Favorite Montefalco Rosso under $20! http://www.reversewinesnob.com/2014/01/montefalco-rosso-magic-of-sagrantino.html
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From the archives: Grifone Primitivo 2012 From Trader Joe's - Super Grape Jam!
Surprisingly good for only $3.99
http://www.reversewinesnob.com/2013/10/grifone-primitivo-trader-joes.html
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+Jenet Morrow It definitely won't blow you away or anything but for only $3.99 it's kind of hard to believe. I mean the cost of the bottle alone, not to mention the shipping...
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From the archives: Line 39 Pinot Noir 2012 - The Real Thing.
Pinot Noir with character for under $10!
http://www.reversewinesnob.com/2013/10/line-39-pinot-noir.html
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Thumbing my nose at bottles over $20!
Introduction
The Reverse Wine Snob: Thumbing My Nose At Bottles Over $20!

The Idea:
To find out if it is possible to drink great wine without breaking the bank, and without developing a pretentious aura. After reading about all the health benefits of wine, my wife and I recently decided we should drink wine more often, but quickly discovered how expensive this can be. This set us on a search for great, inexpensive wine that we could drink most days with dinner, but not totally blow apart our budget. To our surprise we found there is a ton of really good, inexpensive wine out there (despite what some wine snobs might say)!

The Process:
Drink lots of inexpensive wine and rate each one.

The Ratings:
All wines will be rated on two factors: Taste and Value (Cost) . Being analytical by nature I've come up with an algorithm that combines both of these into one Overall Rating.

The Taste Rating:
A simple scale from 1-10. I'm endlessly confused by the 100 point rating system. If you have 100 points why are 80% of wines between 85 and 94?? Simplify, simplify, simplify. This rating is subjective so your opinion may vary.

The Value (Cost) Rating:
Again, a 1-10 scale, but as price goes up, the rating goes down.

The Overall Rating:
In order to score really high, a wine must be cheap and good. The more expensive the wine gets, the harder it is to get a high score unless the Taste Rating is off the charts, which is the way it should be, right? We're trying to maximize our dollars here!

Check out my blog at http://ReverseWineSnob.com/ for the ratings and a handy interactive ratings chart you can bookmark on your phone!

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