Most wine experts would frown upon serving a peignoir with white meat. Watch

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It's true.
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This is primarily because a peignoir is a type of lingerie.
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Whats "white meat"? Is it chicken/turkey?
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Whats "white meat"? Is it chicken/turkey?
Yes.
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Or Port with chips.
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The '86 Peignoir is very appetising. A hint of a distinguished texture mixed well with a subtle, musky cheekiness.

Yum.
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Heh. Look what all the links at the bottom of the page are about....
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(Original post by Mr White)
The '86 Peignoir is very appetising. A hint of a distinguished texture mixed well with a subtle, musky cheekiness.

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I concur.
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