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2x 2008 Dauvissat Vaillons Chablis
2x 2008 Dauvissat La Forest Chablis
2x 2008 Dauvissat Sechet Chablis
2x 2008 Dauvissit Beauroy Chablis
2x 2008 Dauvissit Les Clos Chablis
2x 2008 Dauvissat Montmains Chablis


Nice case!


Indeed, my second favorite Chablis producer. Cool
 
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Indeed, my second favorite Chablis producer. Cool

And your favorite is?
 
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Indeed, my second favorite Chablis producer. Cool

And your favorite is?


Raveneau, with great ease.
 
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2009 Pegau Reservee.
 
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A magnum of Sine Qua Non Chimère


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An 800/6000 grit Japanese whetstone to keep my newly acquired knife collection well honed. Now to practise.


Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
 
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An 800/6000 grit Japanese whetstone to keep my newly acquired knife collection well honed. Now to practise.


Nice! I'm actually looking to purchase one as well. Would you recommended a retailer?

Also picked up a few more of each
2002 Bollinger La Grande Année
2004 Gaston Chiquet Spécial Club
2010 Grand Veneur Vieilles Vignes (Point chasing SMH)
 
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Lee Valley tools in Toronto. I picked mine up at a tiny hardware store in Clarksburg that carries Japanese gardening tools. You should ne able to buy a 2 sided stone with variable grit for around $30.


Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
 
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I had a gift card to use up so I picked up a few odds and ends:

2 x 2009 Domaine Dujac Morey St. Denis
2 x 2007 Castello di Ama Chianti Classico
2 x 2008 Domaine des Baumard Savennières
2 x 2008 Rupert & Rothschild Chardonnay Baroness Nadine


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Groth Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
 
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2007 Citille di Sopra Vigna Poggio Ronconi Brunello di Montalcino
2010 Wegeler Rüdesheimer Berg Rottland Riesling Spätlese
2006 La Serena Brunello di Montalcino
2010 Vieux Donjon Chateauneuf du Pape
2007 Poggio Antico Brunello di Montalcino Altero


Going where the water tastes like wine
 
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Received wines I hadn't previously listed as bought. Tasted both of them at the wineries and loved them.

6 x 2009 Pierre Usseglio CdP Cuvee du Mon Aieul (Above the winery label was a small label in English that siad "red dessert wine."

6 x 2009 Rene Rostaing Cote Rotie


Just one more sip.
 
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2 X 2010 Clos des Papes CdP
2 X 2010 Janasse Vielles Vignes CdP


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Off to pick up my gas can and generator!!!


This is my sig -> www.brownteacup.com
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2011 anselmi san vincenzo
2008 anselmi i capitelli passito
2011 ca rugate soave classico san michele x 2
2005 mastroberardino taurasi riserva
2011 contra soardo vespaiolo x 2
2011 pellegrina moscato di pantelleria
 
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N.V. Jean Milan Champagne Grande Reserve 1864 Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru
2006 Mascarello Monprivato
2009 Finca Dofi Priorat
2009 Beaune Bressandes Pavelot
2009 D'Angelo Aglianico
2006 D'Alceo

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1985 Ridge York creek Zin 1.5L
NV Gratien Rose x 2
2002 Moet Chandon x 2
 
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1991 Lopez de Heredia Bosconia GR
1991 Lopez de Heredia Tondonia GR
1994 CUNE Imperial GR x 2
NV Philipponnant Brut Reserve Rose 1.5L
1999 Philipponnant Rserve Millesime
 
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2009 Pegau cuvee Reserve


Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
 
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N.V. Jean Milan Champagne Grande Reserve 1864


Love it! Have you tasted one yet? We tasted it at the winery and bought a bottle for our farewell picnic dinner. I scored it 94+. The first fermentation is in oak, then it spends 8 years on the lees. What did you pay for it? It was 30 Euros at the winery.


Just one more sip.
 
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1991 Lopez de Heredia Bosconia GR
1991 Lopez de Heredia Tondonia GR
1994 CUNE Imperial GR x 2
NV Philipponnant Brut Reserve Rose 1.5L
1999 Philipponnant Rserve Millesime
Nice!
 
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2009 Pegau cuvee Reserve


I tasted at the Domaine. My favorite 09 CdP under $100. Better than many over too.
 
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N.V. Jean Milan Champagne Grande Reserve 1864


Love it! Have you tasted one yet? We tasted it at the winery and bought a bottle for our farewell picnic dinner. I scored it 94+. The first fermentation is in oak, then it spends 8 years on the lees. What did you pay for it? It was 30 Euros at the winery.


$75CAD - I bought it at the LCBO
Never tried one but was recommended by a respected palate. Now 2. Wink
 
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I hope you'll post notes.


Just one more sip.
 
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Board-O, would you recommend I lay them down for a few years?
 
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