Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Wine Orb's demise - our gain??

For those Aussies that have heard of the demise of Wine Orb (in liquidation), you may be able to benefit. There is a clearance of their wines online at Grays Online Auctions.

The prices have been pretty good - so far. However, the main auction closes tomorrow and there are still some Parker Coonawarra Terra Rosa First Growth available (at around half price)in an auction ending Thursday.

I think the bids for Astralis (Parker awarded 99 points) have been growing fairly steadily.

Hurry, but don't bid the price up too much! If you outbid me on the lots I have bid for - look out!!


Blogger Edward said...

Yay - Mal is back!

12:14 AM  
Blogger Mal said...


Thanks! I have been away too long!! I have been checking your site (and others) from time to time though.

11:54 AM  
Blogger Edward said...


The blog is one thing, the most important though is that you have not stopped drinking!

1:10 PM  
Blogger Mal said...

I definitely have not stopped drinking - if anything, I am drinking more than ever. In fact I am drinking so much I think I could become a doctor?!!!!

6:52 PM  
Anonymous GW said...

You would need to eat all the cholesterol laden stuff Edwardo eats as well of course....

5:33 PM  
Blogger Mal said...


Just as well Ed & I live on opposite sides of the country! We would both end up as over-fed alcoholics - uh oh, too late!

8:19 AM  
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