James Roscoe wrote:I know you have to keep up with the Netscape sight, but couldn't you cross-post the poll here? It's just too hard to post over there. That's my rant for the day (all right, maybe for the hour).
In any event, did you consider putting $25 as a category?
I voted for $15 but realize now that I frequently pop open bottles in the $15 - $20 without a thought. I'm chaper than many. I'll bet $30 is not out of the realm of possibility for some. I realize this is a QPR crowd, but $15 is probably the new QPR level. Yikes! Chew on that thought for a bit!
Robin Garr wrote:No kidding! I thought it over and then voted $20 myself, for similar reasons, although it gets increasingly complicated because, on the one hand, I no longer think of $20 as "special occasion" territory for the reasons you've stated, yet on the other hand I wouldn't be happy about spending $20 <i>every</i> day.
James Roscoe wrote:Post the lists! Post the lists!
James Roscoe wrote:David,
This list goes to the save file. You are "the man". Now the $64K question. I like the Alsation Rieslings. Which ones are going to best fit my profile? Should I scrap my profile and just drink these wines and appreciate them for what they are?
... the price level at which a bottle of wine is too expensive for you to feel comfortable for everyday enjoyment ...
Randy Buckner wrote:No limit -- whatever strikes my fancy that day, be it $15 or $115 dollars. None of us are guaranteed tomorrow -- enjoy today.
No limit -- whatever strikes my fancy that day, be it $15 or $115 dollars. None of us are guaranteed tomorrow -- enjoy today.
Jenise wrote:Randy said:No limit -- whatever strikes my fancy that day, be it $15 or $115 dollars. None of us are guaranteed tomorrow -- enjoy today.
Amen, Randy, that's where we are. Fortunately we like wines at all price levels. But the wines we don't open? We don't because they're not right with the food we're serving or because we're saving them for a particular friend or event or because they're not ready to drink yet. But because of price? No, not any more.
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