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2006 Stefania Cabernet Sauvignon Santa Cruz Mountains
2006 Ledson Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
2008 Stoller Pinot Noir SV
2009 Vincent Arroyo Petite Sirah
NV Mumm Napa Brut Prestige


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2010 Morgan Syrah Santa Lucia Highlands.
 
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2010 Lapierre Morgon
How did this bottle show? I've been enjoying Lapierre's wines since the 2000 vintage and amazed at how consistent they have been. Not tried the 2010's yet but sitting on a few.
 
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2004 Lazzeretti Bdm
2007 Domaine Des Senechaux CdP
 
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2005 Vieux Chateau Certan
 
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2005 Vieux Chateau Certan


Where in the world have you been hiding? Smile

We need to drink some wine together again, soon.
 
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2005 Vieux Chateau Certan


Where in the world have you been hiding? Smile

We need to drink some wine together, soon.


Like you, wine is not my primary passion. Lifting weights has always been number 1 for me and I got away from it. Spent the last 2 years getting back into shape, dropped 45 pounds and trying to find balance. Between food, wine and work I became undisciplined. For me it's truly been about quality over quantity :;
 
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2010 Domaine du Grand Coulet Chateauneuf du Pape
 
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2010 donnhoff kabinett
 
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I haven't posted my consumption in awhile, but here's what I've had in the past few weeks:
NV Charles Ellner Champagne Brut Rose
2009 Rivers Marie Pinot Noir Silver Eagle Vineyard
2008 Elk Cove Pinot Noir Shea Vineyard
2009 Barnard Griffin Merlot Reserve
2010 Booker Vertigo 22 Months
2011 Chateau Fontaine Woodland White
2010 Carlisle Zinfandel Martinelli Road Vineyard
2011 Chakana Malbec Estate Selection
 
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2004 Lazzeretti Bdm
how is this drinking now?
 
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2000 Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Rose
2007 Silver Oak Napa Cabernet Sauvignon
 
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1996 Peter Franus Cabernet-Sauvignon Napa

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2004 Lazzeretti Bdm
how is this drinking now?


I think that this is in a great spot right now. Not too complex and the tannins are fully integrated so that they are subtle. Would not hold on too long.
 
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NV Nathalie Falmet, Champagne
1997 Antinori, BdM, Pian Delle Vigne
 
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2010 Donelan Pinot Noir Two Brothers
 
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2008 Blason de Bourgogne Chablis
 
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2010 Lapierre Morgon


How was this?
 
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2001 Bouchard Pere & Fils Corton le Corton GC
 
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2010 Lapierre Morgon
How did this bottle show? I've been enjoying Lapierre's wines since the 2000 vintage and amazed at how consistent they have been. Not tried the 2010's yet but sitting on a few.


And Vinc..


Showed well, but showed best on the third day. Put on more weight the longer it had to breathe. Love lapierre and might be a bit biased. Told myself back in June to hide these and keep my hands off, but its been difficult.
 
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2010 Lapierre Morgon
How did this bottle show? I've been enjoying Lapierre's wines since the 2000 vintage and amazed at how consistent they have been. Not tried the 2010's yet but sitting on a few.


And Vinc..


Showed well, but showed best on the third day. Put on more weight the longer it had to breathe. Love lapierre and might be a bit biased. Told myself back in June to hide these and keep my hands off, but its been difficult.


Thanks Vinoevelo. I'll watch for Lapierre. It looks like some other 2010 Morgon are still in the system though. Maybe I'll try a one or two.
 
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2010 Highway 12 Sonoma Red Blend

Real good for $16...
 
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2001 Bouchard Pere & Fils Corton le Corton GC


What did you think of this?


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2004 Chateau Musar Hochar
2006 Tyrrell's Semillon Vat 1


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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2007 Siduri Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir.


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