[internetworkers] Source for Fundador Brandy
beeholroyd at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 22:34:20 EST 2006
Is brandy a form of wine? NC has allowed limited direct-to-consumer
wine shipments since October '03....
>From the Wine Institute:
On 1/23/06, David Minton <dminton at mindspring.com> wrote:
> On 01/21/06 10:52 PM, "Steven Champeon" <schampeo at hesketh.com> wrote:
> > on Sat, Jan 21, 2006 at 08:49:05PM -0500, Tanner Lovelace wrote:
> >> On 1/21/06, Roger Austin <raustin3 at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> >>> My sweetie got a bottle of Fundador Brandy for a gift and is
> >>> now starting withdrawal. She couldn't find it in the Cameron
> >>> Village liquor store today. Anyone seen that brand and know
> >>> where to get it? Thanks, Roger
> >> When I was in Spain, for each time a person sneezed in a row, they
> >> said different things.
> >> 1 sneeze - health
> >> 2 sneezes - money
> >> 3 sneezes - love
> >> 4 sneezes - a bottle of Fundador! :-)
> >> 5 sneezes - R.I.P.
> >> So, my guess is that it's a Spanish brandy (although I don't
> >> actually know that for sure). I'd check something like
> >> Total Wine (in spite of the name) since I know they have
> >> other Spanish alcoholic stuff. At the very least, they might
> >> be able to steer you in the correct direction.
> > http://internetwines.com/ has it, though I dunno if they actually
> > have it in stock.
> I took a look at that site to see if they would ship liquor to NC. They have
> this in the checkout:
> "Orders for wine or spirits require an adult signature on delivery. We
> cannot ship alcoholic beverages to: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Delaware,
> Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi,
> Montana, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota,
> Tennessee, Utah and Vermont."
> Suggests to me they would ship to NC. I didn't think NC allowed this, as it
> competes with the ABC monopoly.
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