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Banana Winner Smack Cool Roll Eyes Wink Bow 2 Cents


Going where the water tastes like wine
 
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Black coffee.
 
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Venti Salted Caramel Mocha from Starbucks.


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wimps Banana Banana Banana Banana Banana Banana
 
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2006 Boekenhoutskloof Syrah


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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Rob, with breakfast?
 
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I'm guessing he poured it on his pancakes.
 
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We technically I drank it in September but

2009 Cervaro della Sala
2011 Neal Family Sauvignon Blanc
2008 Prunotto Barbaresco
2005 Villa Antinori Rosso
2005 Marchese Antinori Vin Santo
2003 Felsina Vin Santo
 
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Anything after midnight counts...

And it was way closer to hermitage than Aussie syrup so no go on the pancakes.


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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And it was way closer to hermitage than Aussie syrup so no go on the pancakes.


Must've been French toast then.

Get it?? French toast?? Hermitage?? LOL I crack myself up sometimes.
 
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05 Kosta Browne Gary's Vineyard Pinot Noir last night as homework for today's release.

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2008 Zind-Humbrecht Pinot Gris.
 
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Last night (ok, technically September) I had a 2003 Monte Zoro Amarone.
Tonight, Valley of the Moon Syrah, 2010.


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Dinner tonight
2007 Morlet Ma Princesse Chardonnay
2005 Adelsheim Elizabeth's Reserve Pinot Noir
1905 D'Olivieras Verdelho Madiera

Last night (technically Sept)
2007 Colson Canyon Syrah
 
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Last night at the KIttleHouse

1982 Bordeaux

La Tour Haut Brion
Lynch Bages
Pichon Lalande
Grand Puy Lacoste (corked)
Branaire Ducru
Ducru Beaucaillou
Gruard Larose
Leoville Las Cases
Figeac (corked)
Magdelaine
Canon
Certain De May
 
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Last night at the KIttleHouse

1982 Bordeaux

La Tour Haut Brion
Lynch Bages
Pichon Lalande
Grand Puy Lacoste (corked)
Branaire Ducru
Ducru Beaucaillou
Gruard Larose
Leoville Las Cases
Figeac (corked)
Magdelaine
Canon
Certain De May


Ouch...sorry to see two corked,but not too surprised.

Pichon Lalande may be my favorite '82 Bordeaux. How did it show?

Also, curious about the Certain de May. I have always found it to be an early maturing Bordeaux in general.
 
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Also, curious about the Certain de May. I have always found it to be an early maturing Bordeaux in general.


Agreed. I can think of several vintages that never seemed to close down, most notably the excellent 1979 which was fine at age 5.


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Last night at the KIttleHouse

1982 Bordeaux

La Tour Haut Brion
Lynch Bages
Pichon Lalande
Grand Puy Lacoste (corked)
Branaire Ducru
Ducru Beaucaillou
Gruard Larose
Leoville Las Cases
Figeac (corked)
Magdelaine
Canon
Certain De May


Ouch...sorry to see two corked,but not too surprised.

Pichon Lalande may be my favorite '82 Bordeaux. How did it show?

Also, curious about the Certain de May. I have always found it to be an early maturing Bordeaux in general.


The Pichon showed some green like and herbaceous undertones but hands down one for WOTN. The CdM was paired with Canon and Magdelaine, the Canon was by far the winner of the flight. The CdM was full bodied but had some strange aftertastes, it was not a favorite overshadowed by the Canon.
 
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2008 Dusky Goose Dundee Hills Pinot
 
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2010 strozzi bolgheri capriolo
 
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1990 Chateau de Beaucastel ~ still looking for my southern Rhone ah-ha moment.....
 
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Try that Beaucastel agin in 3-5 years. Normally, 22 years is plenty for Beaucastel, but I think this one is still improving.


Just one more sip.
 
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2008 Nicolas Joly Savennieres Les Clos Sacres (Oxidized)
2008 Cielo y Tierra Malbec Celador (One of the better malbecs I've had)
2007 St. Supery Elu
2007 O'Shaughnessy Cabernet Sauvignon Mount Veeder (1.5L)


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FKG's Book Club was at our house last night - so me, a whole lot of estrogen and:

2011 Perrin CDR White
2010 Paulo Scavino Vino Rosso de Tavola
 
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