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Night Train 2006

Member Review by Mindylynn:

ecxellant wine

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E&J Gallo Winery:
Ernest and Julio Gallo founded Gallo Family wines in 1933 in Sonoma, California in 1933. Their vision was to establish a brand of quality, affordable wines that “...celebrate the spirit of hardworking American families.” The wines are stamped with a “Best Taste Promise” that guarantees the quality of the wines, inviting to consumers to let them know if they aren’... Read more
Ernest and Julio Gallo founded Gallo Family wines in 1933 in Sonoma, California in 1933. Their vision was to establish a brand of quality, affordable wines that “...celebrate the spirit of hardworking American families.” The wines are stamped with a “Best Taste Promise” that guarantees the quality of the wines, inviting to consumers to let them know if they aren’t satisfied with a purchase. In addition to many several brands of wine, E & J Gallo brands also include brandy and gin.  Read less

Member Reviews for Night Train

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Snooth User: Mindylynn
8375893
0.00 5
05/11/2011

ecxellant wine


Snooth User: galidor
133148413
3.50 5
Vintage: 1975 08/13/2013

It's tasty, but oddly reminds me of communion wine.


Snooth User: tperez
3870495
5.00 5
Vintage: 1975 03/12/2010

great wine to do the job for a reasonable price ~ luv the taste too!!


Snooth User: jay215
10037621
0.00 5
Vintage: 1975 12/24/2011

its great


Snooth User: androo
740062
5.00 5
Vintage: 1975 06/03/2008

Five glasses


Snooth User: spookym
6333903
5.00 5
Vintage: NV 11/06/2010

Man, this shit is good! And cheap too!


1.00 5
Vintage: NV 05/31/2008

One glass



<p>Night Train Express, usually just referred to as Night Train, is the famous (or possibly notorious) low end fortified wine produced by E &amp; J Gallo Winery in California. For better or worse, this wine, which is produced at an average of 18% ABV contributed to much of the company&rsquo;s initial success, although these days they all but completely disassociate themselves from that product. The company logo can no longer be found on the label, which indicates &ldquo;Night Train Limited&rdquo; as its producer. Popularized by the down and out and intrepid college-age imbiber, Night Train is known for providing its consumers with one-way tickets to Smashedville, with local stops to Buzzton, Tipsy Terrace, and Schnoggertown.&nbsp;</p>

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