WTB: CA Cabernet

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Originally posted by DoubleD:
Look at K&L, Hart Davis Hart, Zachys, and winebid as well.


Good recommendations, DD. I'd add Benchmark, Wine House (LA), & Cellaraiders to that list as well.

To the OP, shipping season is closing up, so that might be something to consider. And, if you come across any '87 Dunn Howell Mountain, avoid that stuff like the plague. It's terrible & grossly overrated wine. Wink
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Originally posted by Shane T.:
quote:
Originally posted by DoubleD:
Look at K&L, Hart Davis Hart, Zachys, and winebid as well.


Good recommendations, DD. I'd add Benchmark, Wine House (LA), & Cellaraiders to that list as well.

To the OP, shipping season is closing up, so that might be something to consider. And, if you come across any '87 Dunn Howell Mountain, avoid that stuff like the plague. It's terrible & grossly overrated wine. Wink


Don't forget Flickinger in Chicago . . . have had great experience buying from them
KeikMcmahon posted:

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bw1245 posted:
I was hoping to buy some relatively aged CA Cab/Blend from following wineries: Dunn, Forman, Togni, Shafer, Phelps, etc. Thanks

Not aged but I have 2015 Joseph Phelps I was about to post for sale. I have 2 cases of 6 bottles X 750 ml in each. If you’re interested? I’m new here so I apologize  if I’m not following certain rules.

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