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go to www.freewebs.com/2012october27

there are many 2009 Bordeax to be found.

one caution regarding the notes for the Tenuta San Guido Guidalberto - #72439 -- Wine Spectator states this wine is comprised of three grapes when it has in fact 2 grapes. the explanation is provided on the document.

be patient as the 100 pages may take a minute or two...

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Thanks Nicos!
 
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My picks.

I wish there were better '09 Bordeaux reds.
 
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I am curious -- what would make you choose the Juslyn for the extra $40 over the Dunn Howell Mountain?
 
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I am curious -- what would make you choose the Juslyn for the extra $40 over the Dunn Howell Mountain?

You looked?
 
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Originally posted by AML:
I am curious -- what would make you choose the Juslyn for the extra $40 over the Dunn Howell Mountain?

You looked?


LOL fair comment
 
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I don't expect to be buying 2010 Vieux Telegraphe as it comes in at 15.7% abv.

Has anyone tasted the VT?
 
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I don't expect to be buying 2010 Vieux Telegraphe as it comes in at 15.7% abv.

Has anyone tasted the VT?


Nice to see that I'm not the only one who steers clear of high alcohol wines. Don't mind the booze, but i find that many of these are hot and finish with a burn. Yech.
 
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I don't expect to be buying 2010 Vieux Telegraphe as it comes in at 15.7% abv.

Has anyone tasted the VT?


I thought that the 09 came out this weekend, not the 2010.
 
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You're probably right. It's still 15.7% abv though Big Grin
 
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I am curious -- what would make you choose the Juslyn for the extra $40 over the Dunn Howell Mountain?


The flavour profile is more appealing to me. That isn't to say that the Dunn Howell Mountain is a bad wine.


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LOL


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