quote:
Originally posted by BRR:
Got a pre-order email from Rasa:

2 x 2010 Rasa Occam's Razor Syrah Block 10 Seven Hills Vineyard
1 x 2011 Rasa Living in the Limelight Petit Verdot Dionysus Vineyard


I got that email too, but passed. I'll be buying the Vox Populi and Lyricist
For my wife, and one of her absolute favourites: 1990 Chateau La Conseillante.

I can still remember enjoying it for the first time years ago in asterixis' backyard, under the stars, enjoying wonderful cheese and crackers and sitting on a swinging bench.
quote:
Originally posted by DoktaP:
For my wife, and one of her absolute favourites: 1990 Chateau La Conseillante.

I can still remember enjoying it for the first time years ago in asterixis' backyard, under the stars, enjoying wonderful cheese and crackers and sitting on a swinging bench.


Very nice! This one is a "bucket list" wine for me, along with the '86 LLC.
quote:
Originally posted by DoktaP:
For my wife, and one of her absolute favourites: 1990 Chateau La Conseillante.

I can still remember enjoying it for the first time years ago in asterixis' backyard, under the stars, enjoying wonderful cheese and crackers and sitting on a swinging bench.

Cool well done!
quote:
Originally posted by billhike:
I opened a 2008 QED on Saturday. We should see Allred's tasting note in the near future. I'm sticking by my description I used at the winery last fall. "Slutty" - in a good way. Smile


Bill, it was my WOTN - gave it a 94. Thanks for sharing.
quote:
Originally posted by jorgerunfrombulls:
quote:
Originally posted by billhike:
I opened a 2008 QED on Saturday. We should see Allred's tasting note in the near future. I'm sticking by my description I used at the winery last fall. "Slutty" - in a good way. Smile


there's a bad way? Confused


Slutty Bar Rafaelli - good.
Slutty Roseanne Barr - bad.
Ack
quote:
Originally posted by billhike:
quote:
Originally posted by jorgerunfrombulls:
quote:
Originally posted by billhike:
I opened a 2008 QED on Saturday. We should see Allred's tasting note in the near future. I'm sticking by my description I used at the winery last fall. "Slutty" - in a good way. Smile


there's a bad way? Confused


Slutty Bar Rafaelli - good.
Slutty Roseanne Barr - bad.
Ack

And I'll add:

Slutty wife (some other guy's) - sometimes can be good.....so I've heard!
Slutty wife (yours) - always bad.....unless you swing that way.

Wink
quote:
Originally posted by Board-O:
quote:
Originally posted by BRR:
Got a pre-order email from Rasa:

2 x 2010 Rasa Occam's Razor Syrah Block 10 Seven Hills Vineyard
1 x 2011 Rasa Living in the Limelight Petit Verdot Dionysus Vineyard


I got that email too, but passed. I'll be buying the Vox Populi and Lyricist


I actually hesitated a bit, having tried none of those wines. However, the pricing was decent relative to a few of Rasa's other Syrahs (the Reserve, for example, which I didn't think was as good as the asking price), so I bit on the two. And, I'm curious to see what they do with a varietal Petit Verdot.

Who knows, Board-O, maybe we'll eventually meet at some offline and enjoy these together!
quote:
Originally posted by jorgerunfrombulls:
a new mountain bike frame... stoked.

Santa Cruz Highball Carbon. Bam.



I spent 4 years in Miami....where are the mountains? Razz....just busting your "bulls"....lots of cool places to ride. Nice choice by the way.
quote:
Originally posted by marcb7:
quote:
Originally posted by jorgerunfrombulls:
a new mountain bike frame... stoked.

Santa Cruz Highball Carbon. Bam.



I spent 4 years in Miami....where are the mountains? Razz....just busting your "bulls"....lots of cool places to ride. Nice choice by the way.


Smile

I get that a lot. We actually have some great, extremely technical, singletrack down here. One of the parks, Oleta River State Park, played host to the Olympic Qualifiers for (I believe) Atlanta '96. A lot of riders from Colorado and Utah winter down here to train. They've told me that since everything here is man-made / man-carved, it's overly technical. It's slower in South Florida (because of the lack of mountains), but it's extremely technical. So it's a good place to hone your skills... so I've been told.

We also have a lot of new parks popping up, one just a few miles form my house which is why I ride a lot (Virginia Key), and there's Amelia Earhart, and big, bad, Markham Park in Broward county.
quote:
Originally posted by Fowler52:
quote:
Originally posted by jorgerunfrombulls:
a new mountain bike frame... stoked.

Santa Cruz Highball Carbon. Bam.


Very nice!

Are you swapping parts from another bike?


Nope. All new build. I'm gonna build it up over the next 6 months.

My current ride is a Santa Cruz Chameleon with a Fox 120, American Classic MTB26's, and an e*thirteen singlespeed setup. It's my do-all, no fail, wrecking machine. I love it.

The Highball is gonna be my XC racing machine, so a totally different build / ride.

Do you ride?
2 X 2011 Alambrado Bonarda Gran Selección
1 X 2009 Casa Primicia Rioja Carravacas de Primicia
2 X 2011 Castillo De Aguaron Cariñena
1 X 2009 Château Les Combes
1 X 2009 Lornano Chianti Classico Le Macchie

2 X 2010 Le Prieure Côtes du Rhône Villages
2 X 2011 Domaine Rouxvale Cabernet Sauvignon
2 X 2009 jean-Pierre Moueix Bordeaux Controlle Private Reserve

2 X 2010 The House of Independent Producers Merlot La Bourgeoisie Bacchus Vineyard

2 X 2011 Tenuta Ca'Bolani Friuli Aquileia Sauvignon

2 X 2011 Tenuta Ca' Vescovo Friuli Aquileia Cabernet Sauvignon
1 x 2009 Vina Maipo Cabernet Sauvignon / Syrah
quote:
Originally posted by mpls wine guy:
2009 Dominus.


mpls, do you have any experience with this or newer vintages of Dominus?
I have enjoyed early 90's and late 80's but hesitant to purchase any newer vintages. In your opinion, is today's style consistent with older vintages? TIA
quote:
Originally posted by thelostverse:
Kutch allocation:

12 x 2011 Kutch Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast
4 x 2011 Kutch Pinot Noir Savoy Vineyard

Smile

I just got the same allocation (less than a year) but don't know if the wine is worth it to buy 16 bottles. On the other hand, could i get kicked out if i buy less than half of the allocation.
quote:
Originally posted by Wine Canuck:
quote:
Originally posted by snipes:
'96 Comte Armand Pommard 1er Cru Clos des Epeneaux


You're in for a treat. We had this blind in a line-up of 10 red burgs a few weeks ago and it was stunning. WOTN for many, for me it was a very close runner up.


Thanks. I'm looking forward to it. The notes from that evening caused me to seek one out.
quote:
Originally posted by Merengue:
quote:
Originally posted by thelostverse:
Kutch allocation:

12 x 2011 Kutch Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast
4 x 2011 Kutch Pinot Noir Savoy Vineyard

Smile

I just got the same allocation (less than a year) but don't know if the wine is worth it to buy 16 bottles. On the other hand, could i get kicked out if i buy less than half of the allocation.


I wouldn't be too concerned about being dropped. I purchase each go round, but have yet to take my full allocation.
quote:
Originally posted by Wine doc:
Kistler Chardonnay and Pinot noir allocation
KB allocation
Marcassin Chardonnay allocation


i never understood the kistler allocations

they totally hold you hostage for a wine after you can find the crappy designation int he secondary or even the retail market for less than they offer just for some super special single bottling that you could have had paying for cheaper if you didn't spend all that money buying 2 cases of the crappy starter wines.
quote:
Originally posted by g-man:
quote:
Originally posted by Wine doc:
Kistler Chardonnay and Pinot noir allocation
KB allocation
Marcassin Chardonnay allocation


i never understood the kistler allocations

they totally hold you hostage for a wine after you can find the crappy designation int he secondary or even the retail market for less than they offer just for some super special single bottling that you could have had paying for cheaper if you didn't spend all that money buying 2 cases of the crappy starter wines.


g-man,
I have not had that experience. None of the bottles from the offering is something that I can get in the LWS. Maybe it's a Texas thing. The only Kistler I have seen for sale is the crappy Sonoma Coast bottling- the old Les Noisetier bottling. I have never seen any single vineyard bottling for sale - granted, I am not in the business so I am not privy to products that some (Nolan) may have access to. With that said, it is true that if you do not buy a case, you are limited in your "choice" and you have to buy a mixed 6 pack which is not necessarily the highest rated stuff. So yes you are held hostage if you do not buy 12 bottles. Fortunately I have a number of colleagues and friends who like to split my allocation and I get to cherry pick whatever and however much I want and split the rest of the allocation amongst them. Win-win. With that said, do you enjoy their wines?
quote:
Originally posted by DoktaP:
quote:
Emile Henry Pizza Stone.

We love ours. Is it the round or square?

With care, it should last a life time, unlike the 3 I purchased from Costco which lasted less than 1 month apiece.



Good to hear Dok! Rectangle shape, pretty big too. Have you used it on top of the outside grill? I was thinking of using it for fish as well....
quote:
Originally posted by DoktaP:
quote:
Have you used it on top of the outside grill

I ONLY use mine on the BBQ for pizza. It would be great for fish as well. Enjoy!


I've never used mine for fish, but I sure would hesitate to do so. Pizza stones are pretty porous and would likely absorb some lovely fish aroma. I don't want my pizza smelling fishy. Again, I've never tried it, so I'm not sure what the results would be. But why risk it? When I grill fish, I grill directly on the cooking grates, or in a few instances, I've used a fish basket. 2 Cents
quote:
Originally posted by Wine doc:
quote:
Originally posted by g-man:
quote:
Originally posted by Wine doc:
Kistler Chardonnay and Pinot noir allocation
KB allocation
Marcassin Chardonnay allocation


i never understood the kistler allocations

they totally hold you hostage for a wine after you can find the crappy designation int he secondary or even the retail market for less than they offer just for some super special single bottling that you could have had paying for cheaper if you didn't spend all that money buying 2 cases of the crappy starter wines.


g-man,
I have not had that experience. None of the bottles from the offering is something that I can get in the LWS. Maybe it's a Texas thing. The only Kistler I have seen for sale is the crappy Sonoma Coast bottling- the old Les Noisetier bottling. I have never seen any single vineyard bottling for sale - granted, I am not in the business so I am not privy to products that some (Nolan) may have access to. With that said, it is true that if you do not buy a case, you are limited in your "choice" and you have to buy a mixed 6 pack which is not necessarily the highest rated stuff. So yes you are held hostage if you do not buy 12 bottles. Fortunately I have a number of colleagues and friends who like to split my allocation and I get to cherry pick whatever and however much I want and split the rest of the allocation amongst them. Win-win. With that said, do you enjoy their wines?
My reps know not to even offer me Kistler Wink
quote:
Originally posted by thelostverse:
quote:
Originally posted by DoktaP:
quote:
Have you used it on top of the outside grill

I ONLY use mine on the BBQ for pizza. It would be great for fish as well. Enjoy!


I've never used mine for fish, but I sure would hesitate to do so. Pizza stones are pretty porous and would likely absorb some lovely fish aroma. I don't want my pizza smelling fishy. Again, I've never tried it, so I'm not sure what the results would be. But why risk it? When I grill fish, I grill directly on the cooking grates, or in a few instances, I've used a fish basket. 2 Cents



Yeah I was worried about that however within the info that cam with the stone there are recipes for fish....so I was just curious. Maybe they use one for fish ONLY and one for pizza ONLY...who knows.

Will post in the dining section a few other questions.
Bought a mixed case of Coturri wines from Sonoma for $3 per bottle. Never had a wine from them before but very controversial from what I've read because of their natural winemaking, lack of SO2 use and barrel by barrel bottling:
2008 Coturri Winery Albarello
2008 Coturri Winery Carignane Testa Vineyards
2007 Coturri Winery Charbono Testa Vineyards
2004 Coturri Winery Merlot Feingold
2006 Coturri Winery Zinfandel Freiberg

3 cases of Italians:
12 x 2007 Sansovino Friularo Ambasciatore @ $3
24 x 2005 Castello Sonnino Lo Schiavone Toscana IGT @ $3

Also one Champagne:
1 x N.V. Pierre Péters Champagne Blanc de Blancs Brut Cuvée de Réserve @ $37

VM
quote:
Originally posted by g-man:

i never understood the kistler allocations

they totally hold you hostage for a wine after you can find the crappy designation int he secondary or even the retail market for less than they offer just for some super special single bottling that you could have had paying for cheaper if you didn't spend all that money buying 2 cases of the crappy starter wines.


My thoughts exactly...I've skipped my Kistler allocations precisely because of this.
quote:
Originally posted by Swade:
I just added the 2010 Le Vieux Donjon CdP too. I had been looking at these for a while.

I'm 45 and optimistic (I'd better be with wife who is 36 weeks pregnant). I'm hoping my 60 year old self is happy with a lot of these purchases.


Congratulations!
quote:
Originally posted by Seaquam:
I bought 6 more 2010 Donjon Chateauneuf, after promising myself that I would not buy any more young wines that I will need to age. I don't know what the hell's wrong with me.

Clearly, some are taking Kramer's observations that most wines made today are open for business within 10 yrs. to heart and the cellar re-building has begun for a generation otherwise drinking theirs down Razz
quote:
Originally posted by wine+art:
quote:
Originally posted by Wine doc

3 x 2002 Pierre Peters Les Chetillons
3 x 2004 Pierre Peters Les Chetillons
3 x NV Selosse Initiale


Wine Doc,

Have I ever told you I think you are a learned man of great intellect, style and benevolence? Wink


Not sure about the latter, but I do think it needs to be put to the test! Smile
quote:
Originally posted by DoktaP:
quote:
2010 Donjon Chateauneuf

Yeah, I know all about it. I bought a case!

I bought quite a few as well. Sampled the wine on two occasions (from SAQ Kirkland winestation machine) and it was quite enjoyable. I don't think the 2010 will take 15 years.
quote:
Originally posted by Uncle John:
quote:
Originally posted by DoktaP:
quote:
2010 Donjon Chateauneuf

Yeah, I know all about it. I bought a case!

I bought quite a few as well. Sampled the wine on two occasions (from SAQ Kirkland winestation machine) and it was quite enjoyable. I don't think the 2010 will take 15 years.


Haven't been fast enough to grab some. Hopefully for me, there's plenty of wine to buy !
My 2009 Bdx finally showed up to LCBO. I almost forgot about paying the balance and missed the payment due date by two weeks. They told me I was lucky they didn't cancel the order. Apparently they can do that and just send you a refund cheque for the balance. Phew!
- 2004 Henri Goutorbe Champagne Special Club
- 2005 Pierre Gimonnet Champagne Special Club X2
- NV Lenoble Champagne Cuvee Les Adventures Blanc de Blancs
- 2001 Fritz Haag Brauneberger Riesling Juffer Sonnenuhr Auslese Goldkapsel #12 X2
- 2006 Marcassin Pinot Noir Marcassin Estate


I am very excited to have been able to source these wines, but especially so for the Fritz Haag Riesling. I've been extremely impressed with all of his 2001's, maybe 6 or 7 different bottlings but none at this level. I can hardly wait to try one, but won't see them until mid-March!

Is it possible that I ought to seek help? Smile
quote:
Originally posted by billhike:
3 x 2010 Saint Cosme Gigondas Cuvee Valbelle

TCWC? I've been contemplating the exact same purchase. Seems like a good price for a pretty consistently well scored wine in an area I'd like to try more of...which also happens to be the birth year of my first daughter. I also may grab a couple of their regular Gigondas from that year, which I found somewhere nearby.
quote:
Originally posted by Wine Sparty:
quote:
Originally posted by billhike:
3 x 2010 Saint Cosme Gigondas Cuvee Valbelle

TCWC? I've been contemplating the exact same purchase. Seems like a good price for a pretty consistently well scored wine in an area I'd like to try more of...which also happens to be the birth year of my first daughter. I also may grab a couple of their regular Gigondas from that year, which I found somewhere nearby.


Yep, TCWC. A couple of months ago they ofered the regular 2010 Gigondas for I think $28.95, and I ordered four. They are offering it again, but for a few bucks higher.
quote:
Originally posted by Danyull:
quote:
Originally posted by Shane T.:
(2) 2006 Lynch Bages @ $65

(2) 2008 Ramey Chardonnay Carneros @ $20


Where can I find such deals? Big fan of Lynch Bages.


It's funny, as I just posted about Bevmo being a crappy place to buy nice wine. Low & behold, one of the stores (not the one I posted about) was having some sort of "End of the Year Clearance Sale" (Kind of strange, seeing as we're half way through Feb!). Anyways, this was the best deal I saw, so I bought all they had...2 bottles. They also had quite a few '07's that I passed on (Montrose @ $55, Pichon Lalande @ $75, among others).
quote:
Originally posted by dzitt:
A bran new set of tires for my car. One almost blew up and can't only change one Bang 2 Cents

Brake Job
brake fluid flush
Oil Change
thermostat replacement
Coolant Flush
2 new tie rods
Alignment

....should have just bought a new car, but with a 6 month old set of tires and recently rebuilt trans, might as well drive it for another year
Was lucky enough to have this in my order from the Rhone offer from the SAQ:

0 2010 Rostaing Côte Rôtie(Côte Blonde et Landonne)
0 2010 Charvin Chateauneuf-du-Pape
0 2006 Fonsalette
0 2010 Alain Graillot Crozes

I am not in the position to pay for my tires Ack
2010 Bridlewood Estate Winery Chardonnay

2010 Viña Cono Sur Pinot Noir Visión

2010 Marchesi de' Frescobaldi Tenuta di Castiglioni Toscana IGT

2009 Domaine de Gournier Chardonnay Vin de Pays des Cévennes

2009 E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône

2010 Viña Maipo Carmenère-Cabernet Sauvignon
quote:
Originally posted by mangiare:
2010 Leoville Barton
2010 Trotanoy
2010 LLC

Ya - I buckled


Ok, so how were they? I had mixed feelings about 2010 after the UGC - so tannic, so much dark fruit(left bank). I did like the Leoville Barton though.

So... how were they?
quote:
Originally posted by VinCentric:
quote:
Originally posted by mangiare:
2010 Leoville Barton
2010 Trotanoy
2010 LLC

Ya - I buckled


Ok, so how were they? I had mixed feelings about 2010 after the UGC - so tannic, so much dark fruit(left bank). I did like the Leoville Barton though.

So... how were they?


Outside of Leoville Barton, any other standout bottles at the UGC?
2008 Kumeu River Maté's Vineyard Chardonnay
2008 Norman Hardie Pinot Noir Unfilterred Niagara
2005 Ch. Beaucastel Châteauneuf-du-Pape (half)
2006 Dunn Vineyards Cab Sauvignon, Napa
2010 Marques de Casa Concha Cab Sauvignon, Maipo
2011 Errazuriz Sauvignon Blanc Max Reserva
2011 Cono Sur Viognier
2011 Cono Sur Chardonnay Reserva
2011 Cono Sur Chardonnay Bio

All sourced from a LCBO I'm not used too. Lots of vintages difference between LCBO's website and store inventory. They didn't found the remaining Vajra Barolo...
quote:
Originally posted by Boredough:
quote:
Originally posted by VinCentric:
quote:
Originally posted by mangiare:
2010 Leoville Barton
2010 Trotanoy
2010 LLC

Ya - I buckled


Ok, so how were they? I had mixed feelings about 2010 after the UGC - so tannic, so much dark fruit(left bank). I did like the Leoville Barton though.

So... how were they?


Outside of Leoville Barton, any other standout bottles at the UGC?


My palate got overwhelmed early -all those big tannins. Pomerol as a whole seemed more balanced. Gruaud Larose stood out on the left. Some could be really oustanding with significant ageing when the tannins settle down and they integrate. Beychevelle and Rauzan Segla come to mind there. Lafon Rochet seemed more balanced and approachable young than other left bank wines. La Cabanne (Pomerol seemed it would be approachble from 5-6 years.

Clinet and La Conseillante were outstandiing.
quote:
Originally posted by VinCentric:
quote:
Originally posted by Boredough:
quote:
Originally posted by VinCentric:
quote:
Originally posted by mangiare:
2010 Leoville Barton
2010 Trotanoy
2010 LLC

Ya - I buckled


Ok, so how were they? I had mixed feelings about 2010 after the UGC - so tannic, so much dark fruit(left bank). I did like the Leoville Barton though.

So... how were they?


Outside of Leoville Barton, any other standout bottles at the UGC?


My palate got overwhelmed early -all those big tannins. Pomerol as a whole seemed more balanced. Gruaud Larose stood out on the left. Some could be really oustanding with significant ageing when the tannins settle down and they integrate. Beychevelle and Rauzan Segla come to mind there. Lafon Rochet seemed more balanced and approachable young than other left bank wines. La Cabanne (Pomerol seemed it would be approachble from 5-6 years.

Clinet and La Conseillante were outstandiing.


That is the reason I did not bother attending this year. I believe we met at the tasting last year and despite being a more approchable vintage it was difficult to evaluate the wines then.

Great to hear about Pomerol as I have a few coming in, along with the GL. Any recollection of Malescot or Clos Fourtet?
quote:
Originally posted by DoktaP:
quote:
2010 Trotanoy

Where did you buy these? I love Trotanoy and have been unable to source any.

BTW, the last '89 LLC I opened was absolutely tremendous!


Futures has them @ $259. Pretty reasonable considering lowest US price seems to be $345.
quote:
Originally posted by Boredough:



My palate got overwhelmed early -all those big tannins.
That is the reason I did not bother attending this year. I believe we met at the tasting last year and despite being a more approchable vintage it was difficult to evaluate the wines then.

Great to hear about Pomerol as I have a few coming in, along with the GL. Any recollection of Malescot or Clos Fourtet?


Unfortunately - no notes on Clos Fourtet, and missed Malescot. I have a couple of vintages of Malescot, so I'm considering still picking some up before they close off futures.

2009 was definitely a big vintage, with big fruit, but seemed more balanced and accessible at the UGC than 2010. Time will tell for 2010 but right now, I'd be more interested in the 2009s despite picking up a few 2010s.

One of the reasons I like going to the UGC is to get an overall impression of the vintage, at that stage, even if it means a vintage that may not be the most interesting or compelling down the road.
quote:
Originally posted by Boredough:
quote:
Originally posted by DoktaP:
quote:
2010 Trotanoy

Where did you buy these? I love Trotanoy and have been unable to source any.

BTW, the last '89 LLC I opened was absolutely tremendous!


Futures has them @ $259. Pretty reasonable considering lowest US price seems to be $345.


Dok, the Barton and LLC were sourced south at good prices in comparison to the LCBO but as Boredough stated, the Trotanoy is a "steal" at the LCBO relative to anywhere else. Who woulda thunk it?
2009 Guigal, St. Joseph, Vignes de l'Hospice
2010 Saint Cosme, Condrieu
2010 Jermann, Venezia-Giulia, Vintage Tunina
2007 Poggio Antico, Brunello, Altero
2007 Santa Duc, Gigondas, Les Garancieres
2010 Domaine la Bouissiere, Gigondas, La Font de Tonin
Recently have added:
2008 Moccagatta Barbaresco Cole
2010 Bouchard Père et Fils Gevrey-Chambertin (birthday gift)
2010 Drinkward Peschon Cabernet Sauvignon Entre Deux Mères x3
2010 Château de Saint-Cosme Gigondas Valbelle x3
2007 Domaine Bachelet Côte de Nuits Villages
2009 Benjamin Leroux Bourgogne
2009 Domaine Lignier-Michelot Bourgogne
2008 Bodegas Sierra Cantabria Rioja Reserva Unica
2011 Carlisle Compagni Portis
2011 Carlisle Grüner Veltliner Steiner Vineyard
2011 J.J. Christoffel Erben, Riesling, Urziger Wurzgarten Spatlese
2008 Quinta do Vale Meao, Douro (mag)
2010 M. Chapoutier, Hermitage, Chante-Alouette
2010 M. Chapoutier, St. Joseph, Les Granilites
2007 La Serena, Brunello di Montalcino
2010 Perrin Family, Vacqueyras, Les Christins
2010 Perrin Family, CdR Villages, Cairanne Peyre Blanche
2010 Yann Chave, Crozes-Hermitage, Le Rouvre
2010 Saint Cosme, Condrieu (again)
2009 Emilio Moro, Ribera del Duero, Crianza
quote:
Originally posted by wine+art:
quote:
Originally posted by steve8:

2010 M. Chapoutier, Hermitage, Chante-Alouette
2010 M. Chapoutier, St. Joseph, Les Granilites


Bravo. I'm hearing wonderful things about these wines, and have my best ITB wine guy seeking them out for me.


I should have stated the Granilites is the red St. Joe.
2011 J. J. Prum Graacher Himmelreich Spatlese
2000 Le Vieux Donjon CdP
2004 Le Vieux Donjon CdP
2005 Le Vieux Donjon CdP (this a top-off since I already have a stash)
2006 Le Vieux Donjon CdP
2003 Roger Sabon Cuvee Prestige
2003 Lagrange (another top-off)
1 x 2003 Peter Michael Les Pavots, $90
3 x 2010 Domaine du Pégaü Châteauneuf-du-Pape Cuvée Réservée, 1.5L $150

Disappointment of the day- I missed getting the 1999 Philipponnat Champagne Brut Clos des Goisses at $90 by less than five minutes.

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