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Originally posted by Lakersguy:
1997 Dominus


I just had my last 1997 Dominus of three magnums and it dried a little bit with decanting and time in the glass. I'd pop and pour and then decide whether to decant. Just my opinion.
Thanks for the note! Will do!
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1993 Justin Isosceles - very low expectations for this still being alive
1996 Pagodes de Cos - same

Special occasion? Razz


My irony-meter is in the shop right now so I can't tell if you're joking or not. (I suspect you are.) But if it was a serious question, no special occasion.
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Originally posted by VinT:
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Originally posted by KSC02:
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Originally posted by VinT:
1993 Justin Isosceles - very low expectations for this still being alive
1996 Pagodes de Cos - same

Special occasion? Razz


My irony-meter is in the shop right now so I can't tell if you're joking or not. (I suspect you are.) But if it was a serious question, no special occasion.

Green Razz emoticon confirms the jest Wink
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Do you think it is the food?

Absolutely! Or, my underwear were too tight Big Grin


I knew it had nothing to do with all of the '59 Bordeaux and such we consumed. Wink


No '59 Bdx last night but Kiki's was superb as usual. The '87 Dominus was still very young in my opinion. With air in the glass it opened up but I wish I could have decanted for 5-6 hours.
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Originally posted by Swade:
2001 Mongeard-Mugneret Vosne Romanee Les Orveaux 1er.


I've had this from several vintages and enjoyed them very much, though I haven't had the 2001. Mongeard-Mugneret is a favorite of mine. We visited there 2 years ago, and their entire is very good to outstanding.
I am looking forward to trying it. I actually just back filled some of this for the 2005 vintage for down the road. I haven't seen any notes on the 2001 on CT for a while, so I'll try to post a detailed note.

I've been buying their Grands Echezeaux too. One of the better "bargains" from that cru.
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2000,oops,2002,2004 Cos D'Estournel; 1990 Guiraud

But not for long! Smile


I thought I was standing the '01 Big Grin


Doh! Bang Yes, you're right. I went to check that I had all standing after I posted that and thought I was missing one, then remembered you are standing the 01, forgot to change the post.
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
1995 Cos D'Estournel for tonight

A full keg of Ellicottville Brewing's Pantius Droppus for the Bills week-end

'02 Bollinger in case of good news on Monday.


Do you frequent Ellicottville? I spent a weekend there (one of the ski hills was trying to recruit me for instructing). Since getting more into wine than skiing another trip (and bringing some wine back) has appeal. A side trip to Century in Rochester and a visit with Sherwood Deutsch also appeals.
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Originally posted by VinCentric:
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
1995 Cos D'Estournel for tonight

A full keg of Ellicottville Brewing's Pantius Droppus for the Bills week-end

'02 Bollinger in case of good news on Monday.


Do you frequent Ellicottville? I spent a weekend there (one of the ski hills was trying to recruit me for instructing). Since getting more into wine than skiing another trip (and bringing some wine back) has appeal. A side trip to Century in Rochester and a visit with Sherwood Deutsch also appeals.


We'll talk tonight but short answer, before the baby yes, now no. Smile

I was an agent for Hollimont (the private hill) for a number of years and skied there from the early 90's on instead of up north. MUCH better IMHO.

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