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BANGKOK 24 May 2019 19:49
Mark P

Good Wine why is it banned in Thailand

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7 minutes ago, RJRS1301 said:

My experience of attempting to get even a "middle" quality Australian wine have been extremely frustrating and the prices charged are astronomical by any standard

Jacobs creek vintage is about $2 more expensive than Singapore or USA.  Is that astronomical? 

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1 minute ago, mauGR1 said:

I'm not questioning the qualities of Chilean wines which i tried in Thailand, some Australian, French, Italian, and Argentinian among the others were decent too.

What i am questioning is the exorbitant price, but it has already being discussed to death, and we can imagine the reason for that.

Try Makro.  500 to 700 baht.  It's a couple of dollars more expensive than home. 

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1 minute ago, kkerry said:

Four and five litre cask wines that retail in Australia for under fifteen dollars...in Thailand they sell for the equivalent $50-60...

500 to 600 baht.  Lotus and Makro.  How much at home? 

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