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Mmm here's a decision,

a case of d'yquem or a new a/v receiver ...
ARGH!#@$!@


What vintage and format? Go for the Yquem. You can always buy a better receiver for the same price in 6 months.


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Years from now, what sounds better to you?...an aged Yquem, or an aged receiver?!
 
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Mmm here's a decision,

a case of d'yquem or a new a/v receiver ...
ARGH!#@$!@


What vintage and format? Go for the Yquem. You can always buy a better receiver for the same price in 6 months.


+1

Years from now, what sounds better to you?...an aged Yquem, or an aged receiver?!


depends on the speakers Big Grin


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depends on the speakers Big Grin


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depends on the speakers Big Grin


Just get a good pair of headphones while you sip your Yquem!


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- 2002 Bollinger Grande Anee
- 2009 Cono Sur Pinot Noir Ocio
- 2011 Inama Soave Classico
- 2006 SQN Syrah The Raven X2

I was quite surprised to see any SQN wines being sold in my area. Happy to pick up a couple.


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I was quite surprised to see any SQN wines being sold in my area. Happy to pick up a couple.


BCLB or private?
 
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- 2002 Bollinger Grande Anee
- 2011 Inama Soave Classico


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Picked up two MAGNUMS today:

2001 R. López de Heredia Rioja Reserva Viña Tondonia


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Samsung UN60ES7100 60" HDTV
Samsung BD-E5900 Blu-ray
Bose CineMate GS Series II

Eek

I was due.....

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Cool

Well done, PH. Well done indeed.
 
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I was quite surprised to see any SQN wines being sold in my area. Happy to pick up a couple.


BCLB or private?


Private store-- Kitsilano Wine Cellars. Looks like it's selling quickly there. A guy was picking up a 6-pack when I walked in, which is how I found out they had it. It's not on the shelves.


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- 2002 Bollinger Grande Anee
- 2011 Inama Soave Classico


Nice. Cool



I see you accidentally omitted the ones I bought just to share with you.


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Well done, PH. Well done indeed.


Yeah...now that I'll have much less time to enjoy this stuff.... Roll Eyes Wink

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2x 2009 DeLoach durell vineyard PN
2x 2009 Phelps Freestone PN


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1998 Vieux Don Jon CDP
1998 Paul Autard 'Cote Ronde' CDP
1998 Domaine du Calliou CDP
1998 Chateau de la Gardine CDP
1999 Domaine du Clos du Caillou 'Quartz' CDP
1999 Bois de Boursan 'Cuvee des Felix' CDP
2000 Cuvee du Vatican 'R.S.' CDP
2000 Grand Venuer 'Les Origines' CDP
2001 JJ Prum 'WS' Spatlese
2001 Willi Schaeffer 'GD #0302' Spatlese
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2007 Mas du Soleilla, CdL, Clot de l'Amandier, La Clape
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2008 Chateau Brown, Pessac-Leognan, White
2010 Jermann, Chardonnay, Were Dreams...
2006 Chateau Ste. Michelle, Riesling, Ethos, Late Harvest
2009 Pieropan, Soave Classico, La Rocca
2008 Carpineto Fontalpino, Chianti Classico, Riserva
...and some Italian cab franc a friend recommended
 
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...and some Italian cab franc a friend recommended


Is there really a "hype" in Montreal WS forum member regarding that type of wine ? Big Grin

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...and some Italian cab franc a friend recommended


Is there really a "hype" in Montreal WS forum member regarding that type of wine ? Big Grin

dzitt


Steve8 is the resident "follower". LOL


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