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Selling some wine to fund the purchase of a mountain bike.

Saxum $310 for all 3
1 2009 Bone Rock $125
1 2009 Booker Vineyard $110
1 2009 Paderewski Vineyard $110


1 2009 Saxum James Berry Vineyard $165
98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Simply put, the 2009 James Berry Vineyard is one of the greatest young wines I have ever tasted from California, or anywhere for that matter. Bright, floral aromatics lead to expressive red fruit in this impossibly elegant, dazzling wine. A melange of rose petals, mint and licorice follows as the James Berry shows off its breathtaking clarity and finesse. Fine-grained, chalky tannins frame the exceptional finish. Frankly, I am surprised this is the first wine of the tasting. Where does one go from here? " (08/2011)

97 points Wine Spectator: "*Top 100 Wines of 2012* Strikingly complex, rich and fruity, this beautifully proportioned red delivers an initial burst of red berry fruit that echoes red and black licorice. This quickly gains traction and depth, with firm, layered tannins that give the spicy berry flavors a perfect foundation. Grenache, Mourvèdre, and Syrah. Drink now through 2024." (02/2012)

97 points James Suckling: "Beautiful aromas of violets and sandalwood. Bright fruit too, with citrus, zest and mineral notes. Full, yet compacted and dense. Long and spicy yet minerally and fruity. Warm finish. So wonderful now but will age beautifully. Amazing elegance." (10/2011)

96 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Deep, bright violet. Intensely perfumed black raspberry and blueberry on the nose, with seductive Asian spice, lavender and incense qualities emerging with air. Sappy red and dark berry liqueur flavors are lifted by juicy acidity picking up suave spice and floral pastille notes on the back end. Velvety tannins provide shape but are absorbed by the lush fruit, which carries through an extremely long, sappy, incisive finish." (11/2011)


2 2005 2005 Pahlmeyer Proprietary Red $100 each



Rhys
1 2006 Rhys Alpine Chardonnay Was $120, now $100
2 2007 Rhys Alpine Chardonnay Was $100, now $90
1 2009 Rhys Alpine Chardonnay Was $90, now $80
2 2009 Rhys Santa Cruz Mountains Chardonnay $60 each



Clos des Papes - $300 for all four or
1 1999 Clos des Papes Chateauneuf-du-Pape Was $70, now $60
1 2000 Clos des Papes Chateauneuf-du-Pape Was $85, now $70
1 2001 Clos des Papes Chateauneuf-du-Pape Was $90, now $85
1 2005 Clos des Papes Chateauneuff-du-Pape WA95, IWC(94-97), WS98, RR97, CT93.8 Was $140, now $115


1 2009 Turley Napa Valey Charbono Tofanelli Vineyard $40

1 2002 Williams-Selyem Flax Vineyard Pinot Noir Was $60, now $50





Alban Syrah Reva Vertical Was $535, now $510 for all five or:
1 2001 Alban Reva Syrah $125
1 2002 Alban Reva Syrah $115
1 2003 Alban Reva Syrah $130
1 2004 Alban Reva Syrah $105
1 2005 Alban Reva Syrah $110

NO LONGER LOOKING FOR BIKE TRADE

I can be reached at:

mcwenzel

at

gmail.com


All stored in temperature controlled cellar since purchase. Will offer discount for multiple bottle purchase. I have sold wine on this board and others for 10 years.

Wine is located in SF Bay Area. Can meet in SF or North Bay. Will ship at buyers risk and expense. Risk ships to buyer once wine is dropped off at UPS/Fed Ex.

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PM me if interested.



I was really interested and tried to PM you, but you must have turned your PM settings off. Maybe next time...
 
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Interested in a lightly used 2005 S Works FSR Stumpjumper? Medium frame
 
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Originally posted by Esquire1:

PM me if interested.



I was really interested and tried to PM you, but you must have turned your PM settings off. Maybe next time...


How exactly do you PM I can do it on other sites but don't see a PM button on this one.
 
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Mark Neal, great to see you posting again.

PM sent.
 
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No PM functions here.. They're just joking
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Originally posted by Esquire1:

PM me if interested.



I was really interested and tried to PM you, but you must have turned your PM settings off. Maybe next time...


How exactly do you PM I can do it on other sites but don't see a PM button on this one.
 
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Sorry everyone. Been on vacation. E-mail me here:

mcwenzel

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Interested in a lightly used 2005 S Works FSR Stumpjumper? Medium frame


Looking for a hardtail.
 
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Bump
 
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Bump for sold wines and updates
 
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Bump for sold wines, updates.
 
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Alban Syrah Reva Vertical $535 for all four or:
1 2001 Alban Syrah Reva $125
1 2002 Alban Reva Syrah $115
1 2003 Alban Reva Syrah $130
1 2004 Alban Reva Syrah $105
1 2005 Alban Reva Syrah $110


Did you mean $535 for the 5 bottles ?
 
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Alban Syrah Reva Vertical $535 for all four or:
1 2001 Alban Syrah Reva $125
1 2002 Alban Reva Syrah $115
1 2003 Alban Reva Syrah $130
1 2004 Alban Reva Syrah $105
1 2005 Alban Reva Syrah $110


Did you mean $535 for the 5 bottles ?


I did mean $535 for all 5. Fixed it.
 
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Bump -

Still open to trades for a mountain bike, size medium or 17.5, preferably hard tail.
 
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Bump - Further reductions, bike season around the corner.
 
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Bump for further reductions.
 
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Hi

What do have left please ?

I assume th Sxum is gone

Alan
 
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What do have left please ?

I assume th Sxum is gone

Alan


Everything is still available unless marked sold.
 
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email sent. thanks
 
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received wine.
all looks well, thanks
 
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Selling some wine to fund the purchase of a mountain bike.


How did I miss this one! How much does a mountain bike cost? Were the wines stored perfectly well?


Just one more sip.
 
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Selling some wine to fund the purchase of a mountain bike.


How did I miss this one! How much does a mountain bike cost?

Evidently, they are VERY expensive, or Esquire is not all that interesed in actually getting one.
 
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