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What wine you whinos drinking 1,000,000??
Puffnstuff79 Offline
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1- 2012 Risling I'll edit later to say where it came from.

Williamsburg Winery
frankj1 Offline
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Puffnstuff79 wrote:
1- 2012 Risling I'll edit later to say where it came from.

Williamsburg Winery

how is it possible we haven't started this before?
Puffnstuff79 Offline
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2- Jacob Christopher Chardonnay from Roger's Ford
Puffnstuff79 Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
how is it possible we haven't started this before?


Either it's out there but dies on the vine. Or no one but me cares. Either way, I drink enough wine often enough to keep it alive as long as I'm here.
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Puffnstuff79 wrote:
Either it's out there but dies on the vine. Or no one but me cares. Either way, I drink enough wine often enough to keep it alive as long as I'm here.

well played sir.
gryphonms Offline
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Last night Domain Leroy Bourgogne rouge 2009 with planked salmon, rosemary and thyme. Tonight Jamet Cote Rotie 2010 with well marbled rib eye medium rare, taditional Rhone herbs.
frankj1 Offline
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gryphonms wrote:
Last night Domain Leroy Bourgogne rouge 2009 with planked salmon, rosemary and thyme. Tonight Jamet Cote Rotie 2010 with well marbled rib eye medium rare, taditional Rhone herbs.

do you have a guest room?
gryphonms Offline
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For you of course!
frankj1 Offline
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5-an unknown brand of "super tuscan" at dinner last night
CruzJ Offline
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Georgetown Winery Chocolate Cherry Port.
rfenst Offline
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'61 Latour
frankj1 Offline
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8-sangiovese, unknown brand, it worked well with rack of lamb
cacman Offline
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This has been tried before:
http://www.cigarbid.com/...625564/Which-Wine-is-up

9 - Banfi Col di Sasso with a dinner of Mussels sautéed in white wine, butter, cream, garlic, basil, and tomatoes. Baby spinach salad with red onions, gorgonzola cheese, candied walnuts and grapes tossed in a warm prosciutto vinaigrette. Margherita Pizza with fresh tomatoes, garlic, basil, olive oil, and fresh mozzarella,

10 - La Familiglia 2012 CA Cab Sav afterwards with a Kirstoff CG.
gryphonms Offline
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Kenwood reserve Russian river Pinot Noir with bone in pork chops. Oregano, Thyme, and Rosemary on the chops.
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last night-
12-Cantina Zaccagnini red dry wine 2007...a true bargain at around $15. Poor man's super tuscan

tonight-
13-Charles & Charles Columbia Valley Washington State Rose 2013...with pizza. The peasants did well this evening.
teedubbya Offline
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Simi. Cab.
Abrignac Offline
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Boones Farm Strawberry Hill
frankj1 Offline
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teedubbya wrote:
Simi. Cab.

Dude! You can hang pretty good...
I'm switching over to some high end rum with a smoke in a while, not in a bourbon mood.
frankj1 Offline
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Abrignac wrote:
Boones Farm Strawberry Hill

may i see your ID?
Abrignac Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
may i see your ID?


It's fake. Ssssssh
ZRX1200 Offline
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Fonseca Bin no.27

Not bad.
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Fonseca Bin no.27
frankj1 Offline
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on Thanksgiving...
Pennywise Pinot Noir (2012) Napa CA
Mont de Marie Anatheme (2012) red table wine France

tonight...
Truro Vineyards Vignoles (2013) American Demi-Sec white wine Cape Cod MA
DaQueenBeez Offline
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Three Horse Ranch Cab/Merlot blend.
Not my favorite, since neither Cab nor Merlot is really my first choice in Reds...I'm a Pinot Noir/Old Vine Zin kinda gal.
shaun341 Offline
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Tomasello winery vintage port 2013

In state winery but not local pretty good though
gryphonms Offline
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Kirkland 2012 OVZ Sonoma County.
MACS Offline
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I got a Malbec from 2012. Some winery called "Layer Cake" in Argentina?

I just felt like having a glass of wine for some reason, and that one looked good... plus my old G37 was "Malbec Black" so it reminded me of her.

14.5% abv, and it is very good.
ZRX1200 Offline
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All the "cake" wines I've had were very drinkable.
twink Offline
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never seen a woman with a bottle of wine who wasnt worth lovin.
MACS Offline
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http://tinyurl.com/k9cjjta

^That's the stuff.
teedubbya Offline
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Macs isn't a woman.
teedubbya Offline
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31 for 29
twink Offline
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could use that on a nice venison roast.
Bur Offline
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A free "cardboard-deaux" from the hotel manager's reception tonight. I think soaking the box in water and then dying the run off red would be better. Blech
frankj1 Offline
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Rose season is upon us. Had a few bottles lately but forgot about this thread. Some great, cheap stuff out there that goes great with anything that just needs something wet, a little chilled, and dry to wash it down.

tonight I had Crios Rose of Malbec 2014 from Argentina. I would pair this with almost any entree, very refreshing, and cost about $10-$12. Straw colored label on a clear bottle, has a hand drawn hand on it, like a cartoon drawing.

Good stuff cheap. No need to get all serious when drinking "rozays".
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Most any Aussie Shiraz from the Barossa Valley works for me. Tonight it's a Split River from the western side with a PSD#4 '10.

DED
ZRX1200 Offline
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Had a bottle of Spanish bubbly this a.m. think it was called Cava? Blue bottle. Good with the orange juice.
frankj1 Offline
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some great values been coming out of Spain and Portugal for a few years now.
Burner02 Offline
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14 Hands Cab
Burner02 Offline
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Clos du Bois chard. Mild fruit and oak notes and paired well with the grilled mahi mahi, mango salsa and grilled vegetables.
deadeyedick Offline
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Looks like my next bottle will be a Super Tuscan courtesy of an unexpected bomb from Frank.

Thanks brother wino. Applause

frankj1 Offline
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deadeyedick wrote:
Looks like my next bottle will be a Super Tuscan courtesy of an unexpected bomb from Frank.

Thanks brother wino. Applause


pales in comparison to the two fivers you've sent me for the Masters contest...
enjoy.
Puffnstuff79 Offline
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Brandy Station from Rogers Ford

Brandy and Wine: yum
frankj1 Offline
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Innovacion rose of malbec and syrah (argentina). nice with chicken parm. about $10 for a litre!
Gonna be a big Spring/Summer for roses.
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^+1 Sophia rose with grilled chicken and veggies last night. Definitely patio and rose time.
shaun341 Offline
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Went to a local winery named Willow Creek today with my mother and did a tasting of 5 different wines. All were good and even bought a couple bottles to drink with the family today.

frankj1 Offline
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Las Rocas Rose 2013
100 % Garnachia
Spain

about $13
fishinguitarman Offline
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Merlot
Whistlebritches Offline
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If I am in the mood for wine,which means I really want a beer but this **** gout forbids it,I drink Sangria.As a matter of fact I really like Sangria......Carlos Rossi in the 4 ltr bottle hits the spot.


Ron
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Sterling Cab. Not bad. Airs out well
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