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post Aug 9 2008, 07:02 PM
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"Mark Wickman"
post Jul 28 2003, 03:17 PM
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Try www.winesearcher.com - Also (refering to the St. henri for $45), if you buy by the dozen and half dozen you can get up to 20% off the single price at a lot of stores these days.



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"robqld"
post Jul 15 2003, 06:51 PM
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I think the 1990 John Riddoch is worth every bit of $120 and then some.I've tried 2 and back then paid $27 from a retail outlet.



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"eric"
post Jul 15 2003, 02:33 PM
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what I meant by reasonbale is not 50% or so on top of the price. some places are selling the same wine for example $80 while other s are charging $120. i do realise the supply and demand plays a big part in it, but price that some people are charging are ridiculous.

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"TORB"
post Jul 15 2003, 01:56 PM
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Eric,

Langtonshave a very good auction site for older stuff or you can also try here.

In terms of getting good deals on the top current releases you have alrady seen that prices vary considerably. The Tuesday SMH Good Living Section or your local equivelent is a good as place as any to compare the prices.

Then there is always Wine Robot

Good luck.
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"adam"
post Jul 15 2003, 01:22 PM
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supply AND demand.

what's YOUR idea of reasonable?



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"Eric"
post Jul 15 2003, 10:48 AM
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Hi All,

I'm a newbie to wine and do not know much (actually very little).

I've looked at the price people post wines for like for example a St Henri for $45. Are these prices realistic? i find huge variance between what people are quoting here and what the wines actually go for.
I'd like to buy some nice wine (Bin707 or Wynns JR) just to see what the rave on is all about. I'm not about to give a full detail TN but i know what i like and I'd like to taste some good wines and compare with others.
my question is where is the best place to get some wine? The price (especially premium) wines varies so greatly. I've tried ebay Auctions but they are just ridiculous, the wines are so over priced. eg i've bid for a bottle of 1990 JR to about $120(which is overpriced)and yet i'm out bidded. whats going on here??? it leads me to the conclusion that people on ebay do not know what they are bidding for.

any way, if anyone can point me in the right direction on getting some nice wine at reasonable prices i'd greatly appreciated.

PS...any one willing to share some wine at reasonable wine price would interest me.

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