Could it benefit? I'm sure, it's still primary, but certainly enjoyable now. Very nice sweet aromatic nose. If you have several, no reason not to enjoy one now. I popped and poured.
An excellent 2003 Beaucastel at City Cellar, where they have 50% of a bottle of wine over $75 on Mondays. $155 on the wine list. Definitely drinkable after decanting, but still very young. No fruit bomb but no secondary characterics flagrant. Old World astringence but bright fruit and acidity in balance. I'm guessing this will be way better in 5 or even 10 years.
Just one more sip.
1999 Pavie (a stunner)
2007 Doisy Daene (very nice but not exceptional sauternes)
2009 Scherrer-RR pinot
2004 Auxerrois Greiveldange Déifert, Stronck-Pinel, Luxembourg
2007 Auxerrois Domaine et Tradition, Mathis Bastian, Luxembourg
2004 Cote Rotie "Cote Blonde", René Rostaing, Rhone (exceptional)
2007 Juliénas, Chateau des Capitans (Beaujolais Nouveau day approaching...)
Quinta do Vallado 20yr tawny, Porto
There is nothing in our intelligence that has not passed by the senses. (Aristoteles)
2003 Chateau Giscours Margaux.
Some crappy Pinot at SFO
When I'm in that situation I just drink water.
1998 Domaine Pontifical Châteauneuf-du-Pape (very nice mature food wine)
2008 Belle Glos Pinot Noir Las Alturas Vineyard (the definition of ripe new world pinot, only good if you're into that kind of thing)
2009 Small Vines Wines Pinot Noir Baranoff Vineyard
2007 Cobb Pinot Noir Coastlands Vineyard: Diane Cobb
Feuillate NV Brut
01 Fuligni BDM
04 Clos Pepe Vigneron Select Pinot
I know it's my own fault and I should know better (I said this over and over again to myself as I requested a glass of pinot from the waiter). It had been a long day and really felt like having a glass...
I feel your pain xhoser. I used to travel a lot for work and when I was in the mood for a drink after work, I usually went with beer or if it was a really bad day, the hard stuff!
To celebrate my eldest sons offer for a faculty position as an assistant professor, we opened a 1990 Dom Perignon and a 2005 Smith-Haut-Lafite Blanc. It's been a great day!
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.
Mazel Tov Dok!
Show me a good loser, I'll show you a loser - Vince Lombardi.
Congratulation Bro, and following in his sister in Texas footsteps, just a year later.
As we always say, we are truly blessed.
A stellar night in Houston.
1959 Krug (1.5)
2005 Vincent Dauvissat La Forest Chablis
2008 Raveneaux Montee de Tonnerre
2002 Coche Dury Corton Charlemagne
2001 Leroy Chambertin
2002 Leroy Clos de la Roche
1995 DRC La Tache
1990 DRC Saint Vivant Romanee
Longboarder, I sent you pictures, but only the first one went through.
1999 Domaine de la Solitude Cuvée Barberini Chateauneuf du Pape - drinking very well at dinner with my bride celebrating our 14th year of marriage.
Yes, I got the first one labeled "First wine". BTW, you woke me from my slumber as I am currently in Italy. No worries since you are sending pictures of Raveneaux.
In London at 28-50:
1995 Pegau CdP - Not close to being ready.
Maybe a few brief impressions, if not notes?
Just one more sip.
Last night with the visiting Redhawk, MiamiAtty, Redknife and spouses at FKG and my house:
Nicholas Feuillate NV Brut
2008 Avanthia Goldello
2006 Penninsula Gewurz Manigold Vineyard
2001 Fuligni Brunello
1997 Pio Cesare Barolo (corked)
2005 Domaine de la Vielle Julienne CDP
2004 Kosta Browne Amber Ridge Pinot
2001 Clos Apalta
and because Redhawk had never had a Stefania, the excessive and totally unnecessary
2008 Stefania Eaglepoint Ranch Syrah
2006 Linne Calodo Cherry Red
2006 V.S. Valbuena
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