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Originally posted by Flavian
Not for me without massive global social reform. I would not be wanting to leave school at 18 (or older if going to uni) and then working until i am at least 120 (because, lets face it, if we are living to 150 then the Pensionable age is going to rise significantly).
Even if we assume that school is stretched to become leisurely learning that learns until you are 40, that would still give you at the very least 80 years stuck working. And taxed the whole time! Could you imagine how grumpy you would be by the time you got to retirement?
Originally posted by Panic2k11
reply to post by ThinkingCap
Some sulfides do occur natural in wine production but as all industrial production and large scale commercial enterprise the issue is the additives and short cuts to make the production consistent, appealing and cheap. Like how sulfur dioxide is added for its antioxidant and preservative properties.
The 2008 is a brilliant wine with incredible depth of fruit, seductive aromas of black cherry, black currant, tar, licorice and black raspberry and an extremely long finish with beautifully silky, polished tannins. The acidity is remarkable as it cleanses the mouth (this is a astonishingly clean wine for being so powerful), and provides amazing freshness.