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For dinners over the next couple of evenings:

1989 Ch La Pointe
2001 Peter Lehmann Mentor
2007 Ghizzano Veneroso
1989 Torres Mas La Plana Gran Coronas Cabernet
1998 Ch. Berliquet
 
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1995 Charles Heidsieck Champagne Blanc des Millénaires
1987 Diamond Creek Cabernet Sauvignon Lake
1998 Château d'Yquem
 
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1995 Charles Heidsieck Champagne Blanc des Millénaires


You lay your Champagne down? Razz Wink
 
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You lay your Champagne down? Razz Wink

Big Grin

OK, alright, it's been standing. But NOW it's standing for a good reason
 
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1995 Charles Heidsieck Champagne Blanc des Millénaires


You lay your Champagne down? Razz Wink

Big Grin

OK, alright, it's been standing. But NOW it's standing for a good reason


What is the Vinaigre family opening tonight?
 
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1995 Charles Heidsieck Champagne Blanc des Millénaires


You lay your Champagne down? Razz Wink

Big Grin

OK, alright, it's been standing. But NOW it's standing for a good reason


What is the Vinaigre family opening tonight?

I'll tell you tomorrow. I've no idea yet
 
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1995 Charles Heidsieck Champagne Blanc des Millénaires


You lay your Champagne down? Razz Wink

Big Grin

OK, alright, it's been standing. But NOW it's standing for a good reason


What is the Vinaigre family opening tonight?

I'll tell you tomorrow. I've no idea yet


You really are not a type A anymore, are you? Razz
 
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You really are not a type A anymore, are you? Razz

Smile I'm pretty Zen tonight, admittedly
 
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Cough syrup for my cold.......urgh....... Frown


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Cough syrup for my cold.......urgh....... Frown


Always good to have some of that Australian Shiraz around in the winter in Canada for sure. Razz
 
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Always good to have some of that Australian Shiraz around in the winter in Canada for sure. Razz


Touche! Big Grin


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Getting together with Tyee and Lady Tyee for a couple evenings which will include

- H Bolliot Champagne Cuvee Julie
- 2000 Dom Perignon Rose
- 2004 Domaine Weinbach Gewurztraminer Cuvee Laurence
- 1997 Allegrini Amarone
- 2007 Chasseur Pinot Noir Rayhill
- 2008 Dusky Goose Pinot Noir Rambouillet

I'm excited to try a couple of these.


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Getting together with Tyee and Lady Tyee for a couple evenings which will include

- H Bolliot Champagne Cuvee Julie
- 2000 Dom Perignon Rose
- 2004 Domaine Weinbach Gewurztraminer Cuvee Laurence
- 1997 Allegrini Amarone
- 2007 Chasseur Pinot Noir Rayhill
- 2008 Dusky Goose Pinot Noir Rambouillet

I'm excited to try a couple of these.


Pls be sure to post TNs on the amarone - I still have two bottles of this and am keen to know if I need to drink up or can let it sit a few years more. And of course, pls say hi to Tyee and his Lady!! Cool


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2000 Chateau Grand-Puy-Lacoste.

1997 Beaulieu Vineyards Georges de Latour.
 
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1997 Beaulieu Vineyards Georges de Latour.


Will look forward to hearing about your experience with this, mwg. It's been a hit-miss bottling for me. When on, it's been really good. Easily 1/3 corked for me, unfortunately..... Frown

PH
 
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Easily 1/3 corked for me, unfortunately..... Frown

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Their sweet spot for TCA, for sure.
 
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Their sweet spot for TCA, for sure.


No doubt. I haven't had one for at least 5 years, but my last one was really, really good. Could have had something to do with the surroundings (great friends, last night on a private beach in the Bahamas, perfectly cooked chateaubriand and grilled Bahama lobster) but I think it would have been great regardless!! Cool

PH
 
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1998 Masseto


Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
 
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Smile Very nice. special occasion, Dok?
 
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Very Nice! Big Grin
 
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Oh what I wouldn't do to be back in Ontario right now. Cool
 
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Very special occassion. Dinner with friends. Other than family, what can be better?

The wine was fantastic, but I'm holding the remainder for at least 5 years. This was still an infant and would have been mistaken for something from 2006 or younger.

You will definitely be rewarded for holding on despite it's great showing tonight.


Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
 
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2003,2006,2009 Jadot Ch des Jacques Moulin a Vent Clos du Rochegres
2002 Lucien Le Moine Chambolle Musigny Les Charmes
1994 Dow Vintage Port

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For dinner tomorrow:

1994 Masseto (magnum)
1990 Angelus
2005 SQN in the crosshair
 
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For dinner tomorrow:

1994 Masseto (magnum)
1990 Angelus
2005 SQN in the crosshair


Geez, what do you drink on Saturday nights??!! Eek Bow


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Go Tigers!!
Go Pistons!!
Go Lions!!
 
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