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Hello Everyone,

I am mainly a lurker on this forum, but I've sold some wine here successfully in 2007 and 2009 and would like to do it again if I can. These wines have been stored at The Wine Cellar Club in Irvine, CA since I purchased them and then moved to my Vinotemp last year. I would prefer to meet in person, but I am willing to ship them. The buyer needs to pay for shipping and has to assume responsibility once I ship them. Here is what I have available:


2001 Pride Cabernet WA95+, (93), WS93, IWC92+ $75
1999 Quilceda Creek Cabernet WA95+, WS94, IWC95 $135
2001 Clos du Caillou 'Les Quartz' CDP WA96, IWC93 $75
2000 Domaine Pegau Reservee CDP WA95, IWC93 $75
1998 Domaine Pegau Reservee CDP WA94, (93), WS93, (96), IWC92 $70
2001 Shirvington Shiraz WA98, WS93 $75
2001 Henry's Drive Shiraz Reserve WA96, WS92 $55
2001 Marquis Phillips '9' Shiraz WA96, WS92 $45
2001 Clarendon Hills 'KV' Grenache WA95, WS95, IWC92 $40
2001 Clarendon Hills 'BV' Grenache WA95, WS93, IWC91 $40
2001 Fritz Haag 'BSJ' Auslese WA97+ $45
2000 Quinault l'Enclos Bordeaux WA94 $65
1999 Peby Faugeres Bordeaux WA94 $70
1998 Chateau Monbousquet Bordeaux WA94 $70
1999 Lamborghini Campleone WA96 $75
1998 Luciano Sandrone 'La Vigne' Barolo WA95, IWC93 $90
1998 Allegrini Amarone WA95 $60
1997 Frescobaldi 'Castelgioncondo' WS96, IWC91 $65


Please email me at stevemzuck@yahoo.com if you would like to purchase any of the wines. Thanks.

Steve Zuck
stevemzuck@yahoo.com
 
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Email sent.
 
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Email on the way.
 
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Popcorn


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To ShaneT, newsguy and others,

I have purchased from Steve on multiple occasions and had nothing but a good experience each time.
 
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So, in other words, buying from Steve doesn't Zuck? Big Grin

Sorry, couldn't help it...


Cheers!
 
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Hi newsguy,

I haven't received an email from you so I wanted to follow up in case you sent it. Which wines are you interested in?

Thanks,

Steve Zuck
stevemzuck@yahoo.com
 
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Also, thanks for the reference xhoser.
 
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Originally posted by Steve M Zuck:
Hi newsguy,

I haven't received an email from you so I wanted to follow up in case you sent it. Which wines are you interested in?

Thanks,

Steve Zuck
stevemzuck@yahoo.com


I was having connectivity issues on my iPad, so that doesn't surprise me. Thanks for following up.

I inquired whether the 01 Henry's Drive, 01 Clarendon Hills KV and the 00 Ch. Quinault were still available.
 
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Hi newsguy,

Yes, those three are still available. Are you in Wash. DC?

Thanks,

Steve
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Alright BRR, now that's funny!!
 
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Steve: Yes. I work in DC. Will take this to email. Thanks.
 
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First time posting here, but wanted to let know my experience with Steve - GREAT.....
 
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First time post reference is absolutely meaningless. If I pay any heed to a reference, it will be from someone who has contributed here. People get ripped off and a first post has the value of a lira.


Just one more sip.
 
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Agree about the first post but leave the italians alone Board-O. they have enough problems of their own. Wink Razz
 
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Hey, I love Italy. I think it's great that they're first learning how to make wine. Within a decade or so, they may even catch up to Greece.


Just one more sip.
 
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I concur with Board-O. No disrespect intended, Priyavrat, but a reference from a first-time poster should carry little weight.

If a scam artist wanted to sell bogus wine (and I am not implying in any way that that is what Steve is doing), he could easily create an alter-ego poster to give him an A+ rating. So having a well-known, long-time poster give a positive rating is much more worthwhile.
 
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