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ER2 | Jan 25, 201110:05 AM     38

My neighbor has a very good wine cellar. When chatting to him yesterday, I asked him whether he ever took some of his own wines to restaurants which allow you to do this. He relied that he hadn't as he'd heard that corkage charges could be around $40-50 a bottle. Is this true.?Are there any "good" restaurants which charge less? I said I'd pass on to him any replies I get here so any suggestions would be much appreciated. Who knows, I might get invited to join him!

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