Bogan’s Guide To Wine … the cask (wine in a box)

In one of Stuart’s first posts he told us that he likes wine because it transcends class.  Over the weekend I discovered a fine example of just how much this is true.  These guys are all class.  Kudos to The Bogan’s Guide To Wine for giving a “goon bag” a good go.  Enjoy!

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The truth in all this is that wine does not need to be pompous and it can be enjoyed by anyone however they like.  I’m a fan of anyone who has passion for wine even if they don’t fully describe their love of wine in overly articulate and fancy terms.

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39 comments

  1. That package seems very useful instead of bottles, does it make a difference with the wine?
    Didnt thought but subtitles were needed at moments.
    You look very good in your avatar image, you should make videos too.

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    • It is a very useful invention, but has traditionally been used for cheaper mass-produced wines. The De Bortoli reserve series is probably as good as it gets (hence why they chose it I am guessing).

      Oh, it would take me a huge effort to get myself even half as good looking as my Gravatar! He’s his own man, but now clearly part of the team.

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  2. cheese…yummmm…oh, sorry. Just had a super glass of red wine with my wine wanker brother and it was fantastic. ( He wouldn’t steer me wrong and told me it was fantastic.)

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  3. Guys – loved it 🙂

    Like it when you took your sunnies off, if you don’t mind me saying 🙂
    “Head of Liquids”, ha ha. Loved the dude in the back!!

    And you’re paying less money ’cause it’s in cardboard – ha ha ha.

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    • Hi Sampy,

      A good show you’ve got going there! I came across your “How to be a wine wanker” episode last weekend and after going through a fair bit of your series I thought the best one to post would be the De Bortoli Premium Shiraz, considering at least half of our readers are from overseas.

      Cheers!

      Conrad

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