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Old 05-10-2010, 11:51 AM
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European wines especially French reds usually have a longer shelf life, if stored properly, no wine should ever be stored where the temperature is above 70 degrees, right tell that to Sams club, LOL. The Falcon Crest wine from the Left coast is not a winner, as others have said, and where they were stored, they are probably vinegar at best. Keep them as a a decoration unless you want to experiment, with the taste, and the bottle and label will still be good for display.