“White or red madam?”


Thursday 26 March, 2015 by Uncle Spike

This actually exists in Cappadocia – Central Anatolia, Türkiye.
One tap serves white wine; the other red…. I might be teetotal myself, but I can appreciate the inventors artistry here!

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14 thoughts on ““White or red madam?”

  1. Wow!! Will definitely have to visit that place lol 😊😊

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  2. Is it Turkish wine? Is there much wine production in Turkey? I don’t remember seeing it in the shops when I was there! I googled it but all I got was wine suggestions for Christmas dinner!


  3. That tap area is really beautiful. And it’s purpose is even better. 🙂


  4. That is one excellent idea.

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  5. LadyPinkRose says:

    LOL@Gill! Too funny! Very cool pic, Uncle Spike.

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  6. Gill McGrath says:

    Turning water into wine? Is this April 1st?

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  7. fredrieka says:

    none I am a dog

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  8. janegundogan says:

    This would go well in our garden

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