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Christmas pudding wine

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OdinsLoveChild Tue 20-Dec-16 18:58:13

I've just bought a bottle of Christmas pudding wine. Anyone tried it? Is it for lounging around watching tv, munching chocolate and drinking or is it a bit more of a 'drink with canapés or steak and ale pie' type drink?

Should I just crack it open?

OdinsLoveChild Fri 23-Dec-16 10:22:22

It's revolting don't buy any. Even my DH refused to drink it and he drinks almost anything blush

Caroian Fri 23-Dec-16 12:08:47

Is it actually "Christmas pudding wine" (that sounds yuck) or a dessert wine meant to be drunk with Christmas pudding.

Dessert wines are lovely (although like any wine some are nicer than others). Usually a variety of Muscat and very, very sweet, they only taste good paired with a good strong dessert - like Christmas pudding! Small amount in a port glass with the pud goes down beautifully.

I can't imagine that pudding flavored wine would be great if that is what you have though!

OdinsLoveChild Sat 24-Dec-16 09:37:19

Yes it's actually Christmas pudding flavoured wine made with pudding spices and fruit. Recommend with cheese.

It's not a sweet dessert wine.

It's revolting whatever it's supposed to be fsad

travailtotravel Sat 24-Dec-16 09:44:24

That sounds revolting! Try some Pedro Ximenez. It's sherry, but not like you expect. We're having some of that plus some aged Rutherglen Muscat ....

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