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Jump to new posts TN: Crasto Thalabert Barroche Alonso Branaire by Bill Spohn @ Yesterday at 21:13

Lunch notes: 2007 Ch. La Garde – this white Bordeaux wasn’t showing significant sauv blanc character despite probably being predominantly that varietal. It was showing enough like chard to elicit a couple of guesses for that, and it had some colour
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Jump to new posts Re: TN: Lunch w/ SteveEdmunds...(short/boring) by ksyrah @ Yesterday at 20:39

Camelia Street. Not to be confused with Camille St. Wherever that is. -Al
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Jump to new posts Rushing Duck Brewing Ded Moroz Russian Imperial Stout by Marc Hanes @ Yesterday at 16:20

Rushing Duck Brewing Company Ded Moroz Russian Imperial Stout (Winter 2013-2014) American Double/Imperial Stout New York 11.2% 25.4oz, Single $10.99 Pours a miniscule dark brown head, just covers the surface and then fizzles out, in turn there’s very
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Jump to new posts Amarcord AMA Bionda by Marc Hanes @ Yesterday at 16:18

Amarcord Birra Artigianale Italiana AMA Bionda (Ale Brewed With Honey) Belgian Pale Ale Italy 6.0% 25.4oz, Single $9.99 Pours a huge head, easily half the glass, whipped up and airy, off-white in hue, below average stickiness results in only wispy la
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Jump to new posts TN: Lunch w/ SteveEdmunds...(short/boring) by TomHill @ Yesterday at 10:11

Mon (4/7) Lunch w/ SteveEdmunds Usually on my trips to the BayArea, I always try to have lunch w/ SteveEdmunds. What a great way to close out a great trip w/ an old....errrrr...long-time friend. I have, of course, followed Steve's Edmunds
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Jump to new posts Yup... by TomHill @ Yesterday at 05:45

Originally Posted By: BEB So, what you're saying, Tom, is that this wine could be pretty much from anywhere, doesn't "speak of place" so to say, correct? Yup...pretty much so. But I don't worship at the altar of terroir, so that was not a biggie.
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Originally Posted By: TomHill ....A wee BloodyPulpit: 1. This wine first hit everybody's radar when Parker gave it a 93 for the '09 vintage at only $18/btl. This is a wine very much in the mordern/international style & I can see why Parker would go a
I know what you mean about ambivalence. Bottom line, would you come back to this bottle or grab a Produttori Torre (base) which is in the same price range?
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Jump to new posts TN: Chateau Puech-Haut Prestige '11..(short/boring) by TomHill @ 04-14-2014 05:45:56

Tried this last night after a fail on a cheap Pinot: 1. Ch.Puech-Haut SaintDezery Prestige Ad'OP: Coteaux du Languedoc (15%; 55% Grenache/45% Syrah) LePrestige by P.Cambie & E.Solomon 2011: Very dark/black color; very intense boysenberry/framboise/bl
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