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Have a bottle of outstnading 2006 Cedarman zin over the weekend, which peeked my interest in their other wines.

Signed up for the waiting list, but received a message back in essence saying do not hold your breath.

Any ideas on when I will potentially get an allocation?
 
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Originally posted by bates40:
Have a bottle of outstnading 2006 Cedarman zin over the weekend, which peeked my interest in their other wines.

Signed up for the waiting list, but received a message back in essence saying do not hold your breath.

Any ideas on when I will potentially get an allocation?


I think I waited about 2-3 years and just made it this summer with a one mixed case allocation. It's certainly not SQN wait times.


Jim
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In the mean time, many of Turley's Zins & Petite Sirahs are readily available at many local shops. In fact, I remember seeing some of them at higher end grocers (Whole Foods, Sendik's, etc.)
 
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Turley is readily accessible in most markets. I wouldn't bother signing up for the list unless you really wanted to get your hands on the really limited productions $90+ zins.

Everything else is available in most places, and usually less expensive than buying direct.
 
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