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2013 Nyquil

damn near made it the whole season without catching anything. Argh!


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Cleansing? Or Flu?

Neither. Too much work.

PH, you and I had a 'trade' awhile back and included was a split of 00' Pavillon Rouge. Would you recommend opening now or waiting a bit longer? It is my only bottle.

I was actually going to e-mail you about this last night, but got "distracted" after dinner. I'd drink it. It's in a nice place right now with just a little air. If you think you'd like to try another with a little more age on it, I'm sure we can work something out!


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cocktail fix,

think i perfectly my sazerac recipe.

i now have a very cool collection of different bitters and random small barrel bourbons.


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Too bad bourbon isn't used in a sazerac.


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Too bad bourbon isn't used in a sazerac.


yes, the key words being, my sazerac recipe .

I perfer the sweeter corn grains to rye.


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Then don't call it a sazerac.


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Then don't call it a sazerac.


my drink I can call it whatever I want.


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I make a bacon infused bourbon, maple syrup Manhattan. And I still call it a Manhattan.

My drink. I call it a Manhattan. Now if you ask me for an old fashioned Manhattan, I'll make you one with crown royal and vermouth, but mine is still a Manhattan (and really bloody good).


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You kids have no respect!


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next time i make it old fashioned, I'll call it' Nolan's sazerac.


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But it's not my sazerac, it's the sazerac.


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But it's not my sazerac, it's the sazerac.


if i'm ever drunk enough to pick up that nasty buffalo trace rye whiskey, then I'll call be sure to call it the sazerac. Otherwise it's g-man's sazerac in the mean time.


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2001 Chassagne-Montrachet Chenevottes, Marc Morey, France
2001 Jurancon Cuvėe Savin, Domaine Bordenave, France
2004 Graacher Domprobst Spätlese trocken, Markus Molitor, Germany
2005 Machtum Ongkaf Gewürztraminer moelleux, Domaines de Vinsmoselle, Luxembourg

2003 Margaux Chateau Labėgorce, France
2003 Barbera d'Alba Bricco dei Merli, Cogno, Italy
2004 Cabernet, Sebastiani (Super-Bowl wine Smile ), USA
2007 Shiraz Oak Reserve, Don Cristobal, Argentina
2009 Rasteau CdR Villages, Domaine la Soumade, France


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Hey long time no post...last week I popped:

2008 Williams Selyem Westside Road Neighbors PN
2008 Kosta Browne RRV PN
2009 Merry Edwards Klopp Ranch PN
2006 Clary Ranch Grower's Reserve PN
2009 Clos de Los Siete
 
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S.A. Prum Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Kabinett 2002

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2001 Valbuena 5 Ribera del Duero ( best bottle of this vintage yet)

2004 Mas Martinet Priorat

2010 Joan Gine Blanc

2008 Enllac Blanc Priorat
 
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2010 Hamilton-Russell chard - very good.
 
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2004 Mas Martinet Priorat


Was that the Cami Pesseroles? How was it?
 
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2011 Meiomi Pinot - not quite sure where WS got the 92 rating from.
 
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2005 E.Guigal Cdp.
 
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2009 Buil and Gine Gine Gine Priorat- a nice simple match for my wife's delicious Hungarian Goulash.


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2011 Meiomi Pinot - not quite sure where WS got the 92 rating from.


This.
I couldn't stand it.

2003 Unum cab. Gonna go get more before the vintage is all sold out.


Waste not your hour, nor in the vain pursuit
Of this and that endeavour and dispute;
Better be jocund with the fruitful grape
Than sadden after none, or bitter, fruit.
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A couple hours worth of 2012 Kosta Browne barrel samples.
 
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