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July Wine - Orange Muscat
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 12, 2009 4:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

so let me get this straight...you can't buy the alcohol cuz it's sunday (if you were in Geraldine Alabama, you can't buy alcohol ever!) but the store is open? why? Shocked

I haven't even had time to look for this wine other than at Ralphs. I really need to check out Bev-Mos
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 4:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dani, the liquor stores are completely closed on Sundays, but we were talking about a grocery store that sells alcohol. The stores can stay open, they just can't sell alcohol on Sundays. stupid, we know.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ya know, I never understood liquor laws... Most of them don;t make any sense.. CA is pretty liberal about that sort of thing... well, aside from the proof cap of 151 making real Everclear virtually impossible to get.

Oregon - (Unless it's changed in the last 5 years) You have to go to a liquor store to purchase hard liquor and they are closed on Sunday and only open from 10am to 7pm the rest of the time... but you can buy beer and wine in the grocery store 7 days a week up until bar close (2:30am) which is an hour later that CA (1:30) (but your can buy liquor in the grocery store)

I don't know about purchasing liquor in Nevada, but I remember (What little I DO remember) that in Las Vegas, the bars were open 23 hours and 45 minutes a day... They only closed long enough to hose down the floor before re-opening. Mr. Green
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:09 am    Post subject: laws Reply with quote

every state has diffrent laws in michigan you can buy licquor after 12pm on sunday and also beer and wine,
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ddpie wrote:
Dani, the liquor stores are completely closed on Sundays, but we were talking about a grocery store that sells alcohol. The stores can stay open, they just can't sell alcohol on Sundays. stupid, we know.


ooooh....ya. I was thinking it was a straight liquor store. duh! Are the grocery stores there like the ones in Alabama where they only sell wine and beer? if you want the "hard" stuff you have to go to a liquor store.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 9:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ImStuffed wrote:
ddpie wrote:
Dani, the liquor stores are completely closed on Sundays, but we were talking about a grocery store that sells alcohol. The stores can stay open, they just can't sell alcohol on Sundays. stupid, we know.


ooooh....ya. I was thinking it was a straight liquor store. duh! Are the grocery stores there like the ones in Alabama where they only sell wine and beer? if you want the "hard" stuff you have to go to a liquor store.


Just within the last couple of years some grocery stores (and drug stores) are selling hard liquor (even Wally World Wink ) So yeah, now I can get my sirloin steak for the grill, rum and coke, power towels, drewscriber, and breakfast sausage and eggs for the next morning all in one place!...Boooooyah! LOL
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 9:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 5:22 pm    Post subject: Sutter Home Family Vineyards Moscato Reply with quote

Still haven't been able to procure any Orange Muscat Sad I've seen just a couple of kinds of Moscato, and here is one of them...

Sutter Home Family Vineyards
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2008
$5.29 on sale (reg $7.49)

Intro: none

review: Smells sweet & floral...very floral- like a flower shop floral. Very pale yellow in color. Tastes light, sweet and like a flower shop (well, I've never actually tasted a flower shop, but I imagine it would taste like this)...or maybe perfume (super, overpowering, cloying flowery perfume). Has slightly musty undertones on the tongue, but they vanish quickly.

Buy again: um, no

pairing: ew, I don't want it to ruin my food. Okay, I'm sure there's some sort of desserty thing to do with it that would work, but I didn't do it.

Wow, that was pretty negative. Sorry Confused
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 7:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LMAO@ tasting a flower shop....ok, ive had too many strong margs made by hubby. hahahaha. Heather, don't worry about a negative review at all!!! I'd imagine most Sutter Home (almost typed homer LMAO!!!) reviews would be that way.

I am really excited. I bought a bottle of orange muscato from BevMo. wooo hooo!!!!! I was gonna try it tonight but....dennis bought me a margarita set.....pitcher and 6 marg glasses so of course it had to be broken in right away! (duh!!). I will be trying to tomorrow night fo sho!!!! I can't wait. I stuck it in the fridge. I assumed thats where it belongs since its a dessert wine? am I right?
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 7:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I stuck it in the fridge. I assumed thats where it belongs since its a dessert wine? am I right?

I do believe so Smile Wish I was there to help you break that margarita set in!! Drink a couple for me Very Happy
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