Upside to the recession

Good news, winos! Now you can pitch that bottle of ripple and roll into the gutter with a fine pinot noir:

The law of supply and demand has reached the world’s vineyards, tipping wine prices in consumers’ favor.

Pali Wine Co., a small California Pinot Noir producer which started out selling wines for $40, $50 and $60 a bottle in 2005, found itself with cases left from its 2006 crush even as it was bottling its 2007 production.

Most of its Pinot Noirs will now be sold for $19 a bottle.

Cheers, sweeties!

Posted by Betty Cracker on 09/30/09 at 10:59 AM • Permalink

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As a wine drinker, I welcome this news. As a wine guzzler, I embrace it with great gusto.

I do not drink ... wine. But I can stock up for my guests. Thanks for the tip. And the Ab Fab clip.

Tickets, money, passports!

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