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Have you tried Trader Joe's for some good, cheap wines? I'm not a wine drinker myself, but everyone I work with raves about it there. I think the closest one is 14 and Orchard Lake. *sigh* I love Trader Joe's.


Trader Joe's has a wonderful line of wines - Two Buck Chuck!

Lisa, I just had to come visit since I read so many wonderful things about you on Miss Loretta's site!

Watch how you hold the next bottle of wine!


I was going to make the Trader Joe's suggestion, too! They have great prices on wine, I think if I remember from their grocery bags, there is one in Ann Arbor. It's a great store, I love it, unfortunately our closest one is in a suburb of Indianapolis.


Trader Joe's locations in Michigan, courtesy of TraderJoes.com:

Ann Arbor (#678)
2398 East Stadium Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 975-2455
In the Lampost Plaza
Open daily from 9a-9p

Farmington Hills (#675)
31221 West 14 Mile Road
Farminton Hills, MI 48334
(248) 737-4609
Next to Office Max

Royal Oak (#674)
27880 Woodward Ave.
Royal Oak, MI 48067
(248) 582-9002
On the northbound side

Sain't Christopher

Yeah, love the photo, made me wish I was hung like a 750ml bottle of shiraz.

Okay, a late night of late port and no filter between the wrinkled parts of the brain and the fingers on the keyboard.


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