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Originally posted by Primordealsoup:
Red
2003 Clio

Well done Primordealsoup!

It's nice to see someone else have the balls to list a Clio in their WOTM listing. Cool

I got a lot of ribbing from the boys up North for me doing this last month. But then the cold Winter weather can numb some people's palates, this is true. Big Grin
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Originally posted by KSC02:
quote:
Originally posted by Primordealsoup:
Red
2003 Clio

Well done Primordealsoup!

It's nice to see someone else have the balls to list a Clio in their WOTM listing. Cool

I got a lot of ribbing from the boys up North for me doing this last month. But then the cold Winter weather can numb some people's palates, this is true. Big Grin


Stand tall KSC. I'm not afraid of those guys, they just need some more sunshine. They do drink some pretty good wine up there though. Clio always seems to be a room splitter, but I like it's flavor profile, so who can argue with one's personal tastes. Even if someone doesn't favor Clio, they have to appreciate that it is a well made wine.
Nice to see people aren't drinking plonk!

I'm glad no one's complaining about people picking more than one, b/c I'd have a hard time narrowing...

Red:
2006 Windy Oaks Estate Proprietor's Reserve Pinot Noir
1998 Emidio Pepe Montepulciano d'Abruzzo
2001 Fontodi Flaccianello
2005 Long Shadows (Folonari) Saggi Columbia Valley (overperforming red OTM)
2001 Antinori Toscana Tignanello

Whites:
2008 Cederberg Bukettraube (overperforming white OTM)
2006 Jermann Pinot Bianco
2007 Merry Edwards Sauvignon Blanc

Desertish:
1989 Daniel Jarry Vouvray Moelleux Réserve
1994 Croft Vintage Port

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