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What wine you whinos drinking 1,000,000??
frankj1 Offline
#951 Posted:
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Speyside wrote:
2010, Henri Gouges Nuits St Georgs Clos de Porrets St Georges, Nuits St Georges, Cote de Nuits, Burgundy, France. Before dinner.

2015, St Damian Gigondas La Louisinane, Gigondas, Rhone Valley, France. With dinner.

2006, Climens, Barsac, Bordeaux, France. After dinner.

Frank, try Oregon Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Argentinian Pinot Noir from Patagonia, or Red Burgundy labeled Bourgone Rouge. These will be the types of Pinot Noir you are looking for. Also Beaujolais Village or single village Beaujolais, even though this is Gamay you should like these, skip anything by Georges Deuboeufand and Louis Jadot.

thanks Allen.
rfenst Offline
#952 Posted:
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2014 Lions de Suduiraut Sauternes for desert. Awesome.
ZRX1200 Offline
#953 Posted:
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2012 Serra vineyards Cab Franc

They’re closing the tasting room the end of the month, it’s so beautiful here......and I’m missing my usual company.
ZRX1200 Offline
#954 Posted:
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One more glass.....2012 was an outstanding year for Applegate valley wines.
Speyside Offline
#955 Posted:
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We only see wines from Willamette Valley. It would be nice if we could get wines from Rouge Valley and its sub appellations.
frankj1 Offline
#956 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
2012 Serra vineyards Cab Franc

They’re closing the tasting room the end of the month, it’s so beautiful here......and I’m missing my usual company.

sorry buddy
ZRX1200 Offline
#957 Posted:
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Applegate valley, Talent and Eagle Point produce some great wines there’s tons of “micro-climates” and soil differences.
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#958 Posted:
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2016, La Garrigue Cote du Rhone, Cote du Rhone, Rhone Valley, France.

Z, if it isn't to much trouble could you post a couple of pictures of your wine country? I would love to see them and imagine others would too.
ZRX1200 Offline
#959 Posted:
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Submitted, we’ll see how well I worked the photo editor app.
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#960 Posted:
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2016 Chloe Pinot Noir
deadeyedick Offline
#961 Posted:
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Speyside wrote:
2016, La Garrigue Cote du Rhone, Cote du Rhone, Rhone Valley, France.

Z, if it isn't to much trouble could you post a couple of pictures of your wine country? I would love to see them and imagine others would too.


Wifey and I spent a week sampling in the Appelgate region years ago. Beautiful country but I met a strange fellow in a bar who wanted to go camping.
deadeyedick Offline
#962 Posted:
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Quinta Das Carvalhas 20 year tawny
frankj1 Offline
#963 Posted:
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Fattoria Di Basciano Rosato di Toscana 2017

100% sangiovese grapes from chianti area...absolutely delicious.
Hope I remember where I bought it, need a case!
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#964 Posted:
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Ice Wine Time!

Henry of Pelham Vidal 2017
Special Select Late Harvest
10%abv
Ontario

this 375ml is gonna vanish tonight.
Speyside Offline
#965 Posted:
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1999, Tyrell's HVD single vineyard Semillon, Hunter Valley, Australia.

2005, St Damian Ville Vines Gigondas, Gigondas, Rhone Valley, France.

1982, Domaine Mas Blanc Banyuls, Banyuls, Rhone Valley, France.

Cheese plate, English farmhouse cheddar, aged parmesan, and balsamic bellavitiano.
Grilled medium rare ribeye with saute morel mushrooms and Vidalia onions.
Grilled asparagus with drizzled brown butter.
Steamed wild rice with lemon herb sauce.
Wilted spinach and kale salad with unfiltered Spanish olive oil and unfiltered apple cider vinegar dressing.
Poached honey crisp apples drizzled with 20 year old basalmic vinegar.
Fromage blanc.
Speyside Offline
#966 Posted:
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2015, Raptor Ridge Pinot Noir, Yamhill-Carlton, Willamette Valley, Oregon.

$22 of WOW, if you can find this it is one to try.
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#967 Posted:
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2016. August West 2010 Russian River Syrah Applause
deadeyedick Offline
#968 Posted:
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1994 Castoro Cellers Late Harvest Zinfandel Paso Robles

Bought this at the winery in 1995. Wonderful! Like drinking a fine port. 9.1% residual sugar
ZRX1200 Offline
#969 Posted:
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1995~ Steamworks Holiday spiced mead
1996~ Steamworks Orange Blossom mead

Brand new mead place that just opened....very tasty low abv for what I’m used to but incredibly balanced.
Speyside Offline
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2014 Domaine LaFarge Bastide Milfors, Roussillon, Languedoc, France.
ZRX1200 Offline
#971 Posted:
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1998~ Steamworks Orange Blosson mead, grandpa HATED it 🤣
Speyside Offline
#972 Posted:
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2016, Joel Gott Shatter Grenache, Maury, Languedoc Roussillon, Languedoc, France.

Interesting history. 60 year old vines, originally a joint venture between Joel Gott and Dave Phinney so it drinks very much like Orrin Swift Trigger Finger but still very French in style.
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#973 Posted:
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with chicken parm the other night...
2014 Torraiolo Toscana
85% sagiovese 10% cab sauv 5% merlot. 12 month oak aged.
from Wegman's Supermarket. Maybe an "exclusive"?
Cheap "super Tuscan".
Not bad for short money.
Speyside Offline
#974 Posted:
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We carry the IGT you are talking about, and their Chianti. Both good value oriented wines.
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