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yesterday i gave out some of my homemade wine to some friends during a
party.

please tell your freinds not to STORE THE WINE IN THE FRONT SEAT OF
THEIR CAR ON A SUNNY DAY!!!!!

only lost a fingerfull but, was quite a shock. even had a shrinkwrap
cap on it!

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I hate it when friends abuse my wine. I have given bottles to friends and
then years latter when I am over for a visit they will get it out from where
they stored it standing up in a cabinet over the stove and, of course the
cork is so dry that it cannot be extracted, the wine is a none descript
brown, and there is all sorts of nasty sedement in the bottom. It embarases
both of us.

Ray

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> yesterday i gave out some of my homemade wine to some friends during a
> party.
>
> please tell your freinds not to STORE THE WINE IN THE FRONT SEAT OF
> THEIR CAR ON A SUNNY DAY!!!!!
>
> only lost a fingerfull but, was quite a shock. even had a shrinkwrap
> cap on it!
>



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On Jun 12, 8:42 am, "Ray Calvert" > wrote:
> I hate it when friends abuse my wine.


I gave my sister a case of wine for her wedding- a bottle for her
first anniversary, etc.

She lost it.

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Yeah, homemade wine bottles can pop...been there, cleaned up the mess, and
then started sorbated everything. Having said that, it is important to note
that I do not like really dry wine, so I usually sweeten my wine - which
means one needs to make sure they don't explode. Glad to hear everyone is
okay.
Darlene

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> yesterday i gave out some of my homemade wine to some friends during a
> party.
>
> please tell your freinds not to STORE THE WINE IN THE FRONT SEAT OF
> THEIR CAR ON A SUNNY DAY!!!!!
>
> only lost a fingerfull but, was quite a shock. even had a shrinkwrap
> cap on it!
>



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wineracks had written this in response to
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