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2007 Schramsberg Brut BdB. Excellent as always. Mmm...gingerbiscuits...
 
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1992 Dominus - a beautiful showing once again. Paired nicely with grilled filet mignon.


Glad to hear that. I have this standing until next Friday for the wife's B-Day.
 
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2009 Carter Hossfeld Coliseum Blend
 
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The 1992 is the best Dominus I've ever tasted.


Just one more sip.
 
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2010 Caparzo Sangiovese. First wine in the new house. With pizza
 
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2001 Cape d'Estaing Kangaroo Island Shiraz- a great reminder of why I no longer buy Shiraz and haven't for years.



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Say NO to Shiraz!
 
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Have another cold...sigh....lemon ginger tea.


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Say NO to Shiraz!
 
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Feel better. Think of all the money you saved on wine.


Just one more sip.
 
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2010 Cave Vinicole du Vieil Armand Gewurztraminer Médaille D'Or Mâcon

Last night with Indian take-out. Good buy at the LCBO for $18, just be prepared for lots of RS.


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2006 Stonestreet Fifth Ridge
2006 Sawyer Cabernet Sauvignon Rutherford Lybrary Release, a lighter elegant style of cabernet.


"The hardest thing to attain ... is the appreciation of difference without insisting on superiority" George Saintsbury
 
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2002 Serge Mathieu Millesime Brut
 
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Have another cold...sigh....lemon ginger tea.


Get well soon, Marc.

I have not even had a sniffle once this season, but so many people sick this year. It has been crazy.
 
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2003 Ramey Diamond Mountain District Cabernet.
 
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2005 L'Arrosee St Emilion Smile


Going where the water tastes like wine
 
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1995 Clerc Milon.


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CSM, ready?

2005 Poggiomandorlo Maremma Toscana
 
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2006 Betz - Clos de Betz Red Wine
 
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2000 Chateau La Nerthe CdP- decent, ready, I expected more


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2006 Paolo Bea San Valentino
 
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CSM, ready?


3rd time I've had the wine and this was the least enjoyable bottle. Nose was incredible, but the tannins were really drying on the finish and it was really acidic initially. Guess what I'm trying to say is I'll be in no hurry to open my 2 remaining bottles.


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2007 Anderson's Conn Valley Right Bank


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Haven't had luck yet with 1995s either.
 
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2011 Quinta de Gomariz Loureiro
2011 Anthill Chard
2007 Pride Merlot from Mag
1997 Niepoort VP


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2003 Switchback Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon
 
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2010 Rudius Oakville Cab
 
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