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    Default Grog - a question

    On the last two 'visits' to Cherbourg we've organised a Saturday evening opening of M. Dubegny's wine emporium, with the opportunity to taste and buy.

    So far, this year, we haven't booked a repeat. Is there any interest, or would you prefer to shop at leisure?
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    Default Re: Grog - a question

    Dont mind, it would be great. Maybe a little earlier, I had done some of my work early arfternoon last time and was feeling the efects, but it was still good, set me up a treet, even if I had done all my perchaseing by then, it was good to check the quality had not changed.
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    Default Re: Grog - a question

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    or would you prefer to shop at leisure?

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    Cheaper or better selection at leisure?
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    Default Re: Grog - a question

    I generally now shop at the Capitanerie winos as we're partial to their Corbiere as a quaffing vino, and he delivers it straight to the cockpit. But Cave Dubegny was a lot of fun as a pre-dinner event.

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    Default Re: Grog - a question

    Did we really??? Maybe... I honestly cannot remember.. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
    I usually visit them anyway but an official tasting would be fine by me..
    Cheers as ever Bob E....

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    Default Re: Grog - a question

    That would set things up nicely for dinner.
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    Default Re: Grog - a question

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    That would set things up nicely for dinner

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    Yes, but how many empty lockers do you have? As a matter of principle, I always buy my wine by the pallet-load. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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    Default Re: Grog - a question

    You Bunken Drugger!!!

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    Default Re: Grog - a question

    Cruel words, sir - and I shall respond to them as soon as I've managed to stand up.
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    Default Re: Grog - a question

    Taking bookings for deck cargo only.
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