Stag & Hen Do wine ideas

Whereas a typical stag do wine might be :thinking::face_with_raised_eyebrow:


Surely that is rather a hen do wine…

Now there is a separate thread all by itself!

Depends who’s on the hen do I guess :joy::joy:

I take that back, it could be either

Fair point szaki1974, though I was thinking this is what stags do once they are

But perhaps they would be hoping for some

I’ll stop now as although I have a whole book devoted to wines with daft names I do feel I am


Brilliant, the first one definitely summed up mine

@robert_mcintosh would you be so kind to move this to a new stag do / hen do wine thread?


Sorry for lowering the tone of the weekend drinking thread Robert! Feeling suitably sheepish :sheep::sheep:

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Don’t worry @JayKay, I’m about to lower it even further :woman_facepalming:t3:

One for the stags !? :rofl::rofl:


@Leah we have to know…what was served at your hen do? :slight_smile:

@Nowt_in_my_glass Not had a hen do , I’m not hitched :wink:!

#awks :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

Well maybe one day…those lucky hens!

@JayKay Haha, The Full Montepulciano is an amazing name for a wine! :joy:

Although for some cheekily named wines that actually taste good I recommend the Some Young Punks range… not even sure I should share a picture here but TWS used to sell one of their less suggestive wines and it was lovely!

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One of my favourite wine names* from the lovely and always welcoming Fairview.

With a little latitude, perhaps applicable to the aforementioned celebrations :innocent:

*(or range of wines to be accurate)


Hen and capons… Hirondelle, strictly no swallowing. :wine_glass:

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:scream::stuck_out_tongue::laughing: wow that’s a rave from the grave onlyawino!

Dual purpose, I think it was also a good anti-freeze…