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2009 Georges Descombes Morgon
 
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2010 Scott Paul La Paulee Pinot


Baby Killer. Razz Have you tried the 2010 Audrey? It may be one of the wines of the vintage.
 
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2009 Georges Descombes Morgon


Jburman's Favorite!
 
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2009 Georges Descombes Morgon


Jburman's Favorite!


Jburman has good taste!
 
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2001 Palazzo Vecchio Vino Nonile di Montepulciano


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2009 Naudin-Varrault Givry
 
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Last night with dinner:

2007 Querciavalle Chianti Classico


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2010 Scott Paul La Paulee Pinot


Baby Killer. Razz Have you tried the 2010 Audrey? It may be one of the wines of the vintage.

Definitely was better on night # 2. I have some 2010 Audrey but I have not had it yet.

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1996 Joseph Phelps Insignia
 
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09 Jaffurs Grenache
 
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2008 Merryvale Napa Valley Cabernet.
 
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2009 Quilceda Creek Red Wine
 
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09 Rivers Marie Occidental Ridge PN - Very Good


"When I drink, I think; and when I think, I drink." Francois Rabelais
 
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2001 Giovanni Manzone Barolo Le Gramolere - much better than the bottle I had a couple of years ago.
 
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2003 Arcadian Dierberg Vineyard Pinot Noir
2004 St. Antonin Faugeres Magnoux
2004 Vilafonté Series M
 
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06 Gamache Cab
 
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2010 Linne Calodo Outsider
2009 Lynmar Pinot Noir Hawk Hill Vineyard
 
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2005 Chateau Montelena "The Montelena Estate" Cab Sauv
 
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I have been on a Ceritas kick lately. I have more experience with the whites, so I thought I would give another pinot a try to make sure that I want to stay on the list going forward (cutting my lists way down this year). Popped the 2010 Ceritas Pinot Noir Escarpa Vineyard and it was really lovely. Clean ripe fruit on the palate that was very balanced with nice structure on the finish. Will hold my remaining bottles for a couple more years. Ceritas is a keeper.
 
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1994 Caymus.
 
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- 2004 Valdicava Brunello di Montalcino

In the decanter until tonight (8 hours or so). A pop-&-pour taste out of bottle brought a million dollar smile to my face.
 
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2010 Siduri Willamette Valley
2010 Barrel 27 Rock and a Hard Place Grenache


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I have been on a Ceritas kick lately. I have more experience with the whites, so I thought I would give another pinot a try to make sure that I want to stay on the list going forward (cutting my lists way down this year). Popped the 2010 Ceritas Pinot Noir Escarpa Vineyard and it was really lovely. Clean ripe fruit on the palate that was very balanced with nice structure on the finish. Will hold my remaining bottles for a couple more years. Ceritas is a keeper.


Mailing list only??
 
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First wine in two weeks.

1990 Salon BdB magnum
1949 Latour Pauillac
 
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First wine in two weeks.

1990 Salon BdB magnum
1949 Latour Pauillac
It's been a while for me too, hopefully Tuesday will be glorious!


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I have been on a Ceritas kick lately. I have more experience with the whites, so I thought I would give another pinot a try to make sure that I want to stay on the list going forward (cutting my lists way down this year). Popped the 2010 Ceritas Pinot Noir Escarpa Vineyard and it was really lovely. Clean ripe fruit on the palate that was very balanced with nice structure on the finish. Will hold my remaining bottles for a couple more years. Ceritas is a keeper.


Mailing list only??
I think Rare Wine Co. sells some of their stuff, but production is pretty small.
 
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