Store Cellar Cleaning

Cleaning out the store cellar and haves some wines I would like to sell off, Please see list and Email me with any questions you may have.

2000 CH. Montelena Estate Cab 1
2003 Opus One Blend 6
1999 Martin Ray Diamond Mtn. Cab 1
1996 Dominus Blend 3
1997 Coppola Rubicon Blend 1
1997 BV. Georges Latour Blend 1
2000 Jim Bairy "The Armegh" Blend 1
2001 Jacobs Creek "Johann Blend 1
2004 Whitehall Lane Res. Cab 1
1996 Arrowwood Res. Cab 1
Vega Sicilia Unico Res. Blend 3
1998 Stags Leap SLV Blend 2
2004 Silver Oak Cab 12
2004 Opus One Blend 6 owc
2005 Opus One Blend 6 owc
2005 Shafer One Point Five Blend 3
2003 Shafer Cabernet Cab 1
2006 Cake Bread Cellar Cab 2
2004 St. Huga Cab 2
2003 Jordan Cab 3
2005 Stags Leap Artemis Blend 4
2006 Turley P. Syrah 2
2003 Robert Pecota Cab 3
2004 Duckhorn merlot 1
2004 Dry Creek Mariner Blend 1
2003 Pretty Sally Blend 2
1992 Yara Yering Blend 1
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Originally posted by Krunch:
Cleaning out the store cellar and haves some wines I would like to sell off, Please see list and Email me with any questions you may have.

2000 CH. Montelena Estate Cab 1
2003 Opus One Blend 6
1999 Martin Ray Diamond Mtn. Cab 1
1996 Dominus Blend 3
1997 Coppola Rubicon Blend 1
1997 BV. Georges Latour Blend 1
2000 Jim Bairy "The Armegh" Blend 1
2001 Jacobs Creek "Johann Blend 1
2004 Whitehall Lane Res. Cab 1
1996 Arrowwood Res. Cab 1
Vega Sicilia Unico Res. Blend 3
1998 Stags Leap SLV Blend 2
2004 Silver Oak Cab 12
2004 Opus One Blend 6 owc
2005 Opus One Blend 6 owc
2005 Shafer One Point Five Blend 3
2003 Shafer Cabernet Cab 1
2006 Cake Bread Cellar Cab 2
2004 St. Huga Cab 2
2003 Jordan Cab 3
2005 Stags Leap Artemis Blend 4
2006 Turley P. Syrah 2
2003 Robert Pecota Cab 3
2004 Duckhorn merlot 1
2004 Dry Creek Mariner Blend 1
2003 Pretty Sally Blend 2
1992 Yara Yering Blend 1




The Vega Sicilia Unico Res. Blend 3 are gone,

But I have to add the following.
1990 Ch. Montrose Bordeaux 12 btl. owc
1983 Ch. D'Angludet 12 btl. owc
1981 Ch. Prieure-Lichine 12 btl. owc
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Originally posted by Wine Cellar:
This A hole ripped my off for $3200.00 dollars. If you do business or send him money you may as kiss this cash goodbye. Please fell free to contact me for any detail of if you have questions. This type of behavior is what ruins this type of braod for eveyone


This is exactly why people with no posts or history on this board get ripped for posting nice wines for sale. You cant trust people you have no history or relationship with.

Sorry about your experience Wine Cellar.

This is also why I always use paypal. I am willing to pay the extra 3% to have the ability to get my CC company to do a charge back.
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Originally posted by Wine Cellar:
This A hole ripped my off for $3200.00 dollars. If you do business or send him money you may as kiss this cash goodbye. Please fell free to contact me for any detail of if you have questions. This type of behavior is what ruins this type of braod for eveyone


Mad Mad Mad This sucks, sorry about the loss. POS.
Wine Cellar:

Do you want to get this guy? Here is a little help . . .

He goes by Krunch at sandburgcellar@gmail -- if you google Sandburg Cellars you get a pretty bogus, half-assed website, but you do get a phone number (312-337-7537). Google that number and you get Potash Bros. Markets (in Sandburg Village) in Chicago. It is a small, family-owned chain of grocery stores.

I called, and they do have a wine department with a wine manager (Alan). If you want to find out if jackass Mr. Krunch is working at Potash Bros. and using his position to set up bogus deals on our boards, give one of the Potashes a call.

Here is the website, different family members run each store. I am sure one of them will be interested to know that the trail leads back to their family's business.

http://www.potashbros.com/index.php/history
Hey Mike you seem to have a real love affair with me. You mention me in a lot of your posts. I have been ignoring you for the past 6 months. Its not that I stand up for people selling wine with no history, so get your story right. You rip anyone apart who lists wine to sell if they are not giving it away. Thats the bottom line. You have to comment on EVERYTHING. If the wine being offered is to expensive for you then just move on. But you have been unable to do that you always have to rip the person apart.
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Originally posted by TERPS:
Hey Mike you seem to have a real love affair with me. You mention me in a lot of your posts. I have been ignoring you for the past 6 months. Its not that I stand up for people selling wine with no history, so get your story right. You rip anyone apart who lists wine to sell if they are not giving it away. Thats the bottom line. You have to comment on EVERYTHING. If the wine being offered is to expensive for you then just move on. But you have been unable to do that you always have to rip the person apart.


You defend alot of these people and I rip on them.. But lately it is just easier to rip on you! You hit the nail on the head, I LOVE YOU! Now if you do not like it, then move on.
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Originally posted by TERPS:
Since you state its easier for you to rip on me then how about I make it even easier for you. You live in NY I am in NY, how about we meet up and have some wine.


But wont we rip on each other the whole time??
hahaahha

I am up for it. During the week is best for me, usually after 7ish
I will be in Seattle that week. Plus, I would rather go to these events when I have a trade pass. Otherwise, it is too crowded. We can work something out. How about Friday's? Or early on Saturday night.

Then again Sunday early evenings work as well.
Fridays and Saturdays work...The tastings are never overly crowded. They do a great job running them....You never have to wait more then 30 seconds to taste any of the wines...Easily the best run wine tasting I have ever been to and its a tax write off for all.
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Originally posted by babagaduesch:
Wine Cellar:

Do you want to get this guy? Here is a little help . . .

He goes by Krunch at sandburgcellar@gmail -- if you google Sandburg Cellars you get a pretty bogus, half-assed website, but you do get a phone number (312-337-7537). Google that number and you get Potash Bros. Markets (in Sandburg Village) in Chicago. It is a small, family-owned chain of grocery stores.

I called, and they do have a wine department with a wine manager (Alan). If you want to find out if jackass Mr. Krunch is working at Potash Bros. and using his position to set up bogus deals on our boards, give one of the Potashes a call.

Here is the website, different family members run each store. I am sure one of them will be interested to know that the trail leads back to their family's business.

http://www.potashbros.com/index.php/history


Krunch came on here about 6 months ago, railing against Costco somewhat incoherently; if you search his past posts you'll find it pretty easily, but from what I could deduce he was an employee of Costco, working in their wine department. He planned to open his own store but Costco owned the space he wanted and refused to lease it to him. So if Alan Blum is Krunch he's probably not been there long.

Hope you get your money back. $3200 is an awful lot of wine.
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Originally posted by Dave Tong BBP:


Krunch came on here about 6 months ago, railing against Costco somewhat incoherently; if you search his past posts you'll find it pretty easily, but from what I could deduce he was an employee of Costco, working in their wine department. He planned to open his own store but Costco owned the space he wanted and refused to lease it to him. So if Alan Blum is Krunch he's probably not been there long.

Hope you get your money back. $3200 is an awful lot of wine.[/QUOTE]

Good lead, Dave.

Krunch mentions correspondence with John Gaherty (regional vice president).

You can find him here
To be clear Alan Blum is not Jeff "krunch" Kretchmar. He was brought in to fix the problem left by the afore mentioned Douch Bag. Jeff "krunch" Kretchmar is a lying manipulitive guy that claims a number of skills and awards that he has never had, nor earned. He is just a guy you want to avoid at any cost because should you give him money what ever amount that is the cost of your getting involved with him your money and your wine will be gone like Kaiser Sosa.

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