I bought the Garagiste $600 case and came out even worse than you did:
Bize Savigny-les-Beaune Les Bourgeots 2009
Kuntz Riesling Scharz 2007
Mugnier NSG Clos de la Marechale 2009
Grand Venuer CdP VV 2009
Mastroberardino Villa dei Misteri 2003
Podere Il Carasciale "Carasciale" 2009
Le Quartz Clos du Caillou 2007
Rauzan Segla 2009
Inflorescence Champagne NV
Domaine Romaneaux-Destezet Herve Souhaut 2010
Parker Coonawarra Estate Terra Rossa 1st Growth 2001
Lamy Saint Aubin 1er Cru Derriere chez Edouard 2008
At least you pulled in a GC Burgundy and a Condrieu. A couple of the wines might be interesting, but I could have shopped around and found far more value than what was in that case, which if you shopped carefully you could have bought for $600-650. I would have rather bought a case of good 2009 Burgundy with the money than what I was stuck with by Garagiste. Rimmerman's "worth far more than what you pay" is pure sales BS.
19 x 2010 Vieux Donjon CDP.
Nice! The 01's are drinking very well in my opinion.
Say NO to Shiraz!
One of my favourite (and affordable) Pomerols from an outstanding vintage indeed. marcb7, if you get your tush up here, I'll be sure to open one with you amongst others.Unfortunately, golf season is over, but ski,snow mobiling, snowboarding, cross country skiing and snow-shoeing are about to commence. Come and experience a nice Canadian winter and all the wonderful things it has to offer.
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
2007 Campo Al Mare
2006 Paolo Scavino Bric del Fiasc
2005 Cascina Adelaide Fossati Barolo
Funny...I lived in Montreal for the first 7 years of my life....and I remember the Canadian winter quite well. Ive been wanting to cross the border again for quite sometime, in due time sir.....thank you.
Say NO to Shiraz!
Talk about having the ability to see a wine evolve!
Pinot Noir Nouveau , Luxembourg
There is nothing in our intelligence that has not passed by the senses. (Aristoteles)
2008 Pahlmeyer Proprietary estate red wine.
Thank God for Google.
Indeed! I bought 14 bottles of the 2007 and have really enjoyed the few that I have opened. The Vieux Donjon is comparatively cheap, so I can afford to follow its progress. I love CDP, but I really can't afford more than 6 bottles of Beaucastel and the like.
28 different krachers from 1998 and 1999
This is my sig -> www.brownteacup.com
2006 Casanova Di Neri Tenuta Nuova X 3
2004 Biondi Santi Riserva Brunello
2006 Aldo Conterno Cicala
2005 Aldo Conterno Cicala
2006 Aldo Conterno Colonnello
2010 Lewelling X 3
2010 Lewelling Wight X 3
2006 Stella Di C Brunello
2007 Pian Dell'orino brunello
I'm liking italian vino lately!
3 x 2004 Casanova di Neri Tenuta Nuova
3 x 2007 Casanova di Neri Tenuta Nuova
1 x 2006 Casanova di Neri Cerretalto
1 x 2004 Taurasi Campore
Never had a Taurasi before, looking forward to giving it a try! Also very happy about the Cerretalto, contemplating adding a 2004 to the mix as well, or maybe just buy a second 2006?price is steep though This message has been edited. Last edited by: Jonanator,
3 x Oreno 2009
2x each of the 2009 Lewellings...have to see what the fuss is about.
3x 2007 Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona BdM...yes, because it was top 10. I haven't really enjoyed many Italians, but I imagine this should be an ok starting point.
Clark Claudon. I just discovered this wine. Wow, so very good.
2007 Janasse VV Cdp.
6 x 2008 Jadot Gevrey Chambertin Clos St Jacques.
Binnys End of Bin 49.99
"Some men are Baptists, others Catholics; my father was an Oldsmobile man"
Just ordered a couple cases of Newton Red Label Claret from a client sharing his employee discount. Figured it's a minimal gamble @ less than $10 a bottle for a daily drinker or to serve to less wine-savvy guests.
On VSO this morning:
Nicolas Joly Les Vieux Clos 2009
Domaine Bosquet des Papes Chante le Merle Vieilles Vignes Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2010
Thanks for the tip vijay.
3 x Domaine Bosquet des Papes
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