Wine Bottles

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  1. Dawn B

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    How much storage space in the MH should be given over to bottles of wine ?
     
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    NONE ......



    ..... just use bag in box wines as you can carry more wine and less weight:thumb:
     
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    You can borrow my other half - she lived in Norfolk for years, so you will have plenty to talk about.

    Storing wine bottles will no longer be an issue!:Rofl1:
     
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  4. Dawn B

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    Problem is, I make my wine from a kit so it has to go into bottles :wine::wine::wine::wine::wine::wine::wine:
     
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    None.
    1. It takes up beer room.
    2. I'm allergic to wine.
     
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    I'm sure you could put it into these, they stack much neater than bottles and they fill your glass quicker :thumb::BigGrin:
    [​IMG]although Joyce has hers intravenously to save washing-up glasses .:Wink:
     
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    None, I use one of these, perfectly good for a long weekend, holds 470 litres, for even longer weekends there are larger available.
     

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    According to my Wife that's what the On-board Tank is for!!!
     
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  9. MikeandCarolyn

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    Hmm-Never mind the quality,feel the width eh :BigGrin:

    Mike
     
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