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What's your favorite beer/wine/champagne?

I'm not much of a beer drinker, but right now I'm drinking Peche Lambic from Lindemans. It's a sweet type of beer, but different from a wine cooler. It's better in my opinion. I like dessert wines and champagnes. Can you name some of your favorites.

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  • PK211
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
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    I agree on the Lambic. I like Raspberry. Unfortunately it is very filling and bloaty just like beer.

    As for dessert wines I go with sauternes or Quarts d' Chaume.

    Vueve Cliquot's La Grande Dame or a nice '96 Krug for champagne.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Beer: Do not like

    White Wine: Caymus Conundrum ($25), Pride Viognair($45), La Sirena Muscato Azule ($35) - all have something in commong - floral, complex, slight sweetness, and definitely not dry

    Red Wine: Pride Cabernet ($55), Revana Cabernet ($105), Caymus Special Selection ($135), Joseph Phelps Insignia ($150) - all are also similar in that they are in-you-face-strong and flavoraful cabernet that goes well with red meat, especially game meats

    Dessert wine: Inneskilling Ice Wine ($60), Pride Mistelle de Viognair ($50), Robert Mondavi Botrytis ($35), Topaz Dessert wine ($35) - all are very sweet but with lots of fruit flavor and wonderful fruit/floral aroma

    Champagne: Frank Family Champagne (Blanc de Noir $45 or Pink $45), Moet and Chandon Dom Perignon ($150), Schramberg White ($50), Taittinger Brut ($55), and Moet and Chandon Imperial Nectal ($45 - sweet!) - nothing in common there, just depending on the mood

    Source(s): 1200+ bottles collection
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  • 1 decade ago

    Fave beer: depends on what I'm eating, but Asahi is a good standby that goes with most meals

    Fave dessert wine: Gentleman's Port from Rodney Strong Winery, or there is a really good port from Everett Ridge Winery.

    Fave champagne: I go for the sparkling wines from Sonoma/Napa (not technically "champagnes" since they're not from France). J Winery makes a great sparkling wine.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Beer = Guinness (the only REAL beer)

    Wine = Prefer a full bodied red, a Chianti. My favorite is Carlo Rossi's Paisano

    Champaigne = Don't really have a favorite but it's hard to go wrong with Bollinger

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Best flavoured beer is Monteiths RADLER, a lager with citrus, mainly lime infused into it. An awesome "hot day" beer. Or a super chilled bottle of Montana Lindauer blanc de blanc sparkling. As close to champagne as you could possibly get. ENJOY

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  • 1 decade ago

    Beer - Pranqster Belgian White

    Wine - Coppola Claret

    Champagne - Hans Kornell

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  • 1 decade ago

    Beer Michelob Light

    Champagne any one that is offered

    Wine, like Italian Whites.

    Some American Whites.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Wine-Chateau Margaux

    Champagne-Bollinger

    Beer-Not much of a beer connoisseur but I will drink a Heineken or a Rolling Rock.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Beer-Blue Moon with an orange wedged squeezed in.

    Wine-White Merlot by either Sutter Home or Beringer.

    Champagne-Martini & Rossi Asti

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Beer = Bud Light

    Wine = Boone's Farm Snow Creek Berry or Fuzzy Navel

    Champagne = I've never really drank it.

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