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Quote: Originally Posted by vinouspleasure www.wtso.com has the 2005 havens merlot reserve for $14 shipped. I haven't had the 2005 but past vintages have been very good and that's a very aggressive price. I bought 6, thinking about 6 more. The wine should age nicely. I got in on this, don't see how you can go wrong with this for a 14$ wine. Haven's has a pretty strong track record, sad to see them go.
One of my many new purchases 2006;
Quote: Originally Posted by gomestar awesome pick up with the Capanna!!! Just let it sit, that baby will last for a very long time. In the mean time, look for some Rossi di Montalcino and great Chianti Classicos. They'll show you some of what the Sangeovese grape is all about. This is a dense, earthy, decanter worthy start. ps, I am very jealous that you can physically go to a KL store. Just note chianti and rosso di montalcino are...
Quote: Originally Posted by kwilkinson Just got my paycheck, it was quite a bit larger than originally expected. Really thinking about pulling the plug on these two wines: http://winelibrary.com/wines/45149-2...ntalcino+750ML http://winelibrary.com/wines/46195-2...giocondo+750ML But god..... I already dropped money on 6 bottles a few days ago.... and this is a lot of money for 2 bottles. For me, at least, it's huge. But it's soooooooooooo...
Quote: Originally Posted by Piobaire Their Snake Eyes is a nice Zin. The Ridge and Rosenblum Zins I posted are superior, IMO, and if you really want to try the quintessential Cali Zin, try http://www.turleywinecellars.com/ . Zin has an interesting history and was thought to be a North American vine by many, for a long time. Here is the history of it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zinfandel I had a recent conversation about this saying I thought it was...
2004 Celler Del Roure Maduresa dark fruit, spices, slight vanilla with some huge tannins. Big wine without the fruit bomb simplicity, could use another 5 years. $27 dollars and very worth it.
Quote: Originally Posted by audiophilia This is as cheap as chips (in 2006 guise) and is very tasty and balanced. Best sub CAD$20.00 wine I've found at the LCBO, IMO. the single vineyard bottling is even better at 20USD
Quote: Originally Posted by kwilkinson Speaking of cellartracker/cellars, how do you guys store your wine? I know Piob has a big-timer double doored vinotemp. I'm looking for something that will hold 30 bottles, or less. I can't really see myself storing any more than that at any time in the foreseeable future. Also, I can't spring for a Vinotemp, although I recognize the importance of the temp and humidity control. Any suggestions? I'd like to keep...
Quote: Originally Posted by kwilkinson User Profile not public. Do I have to sign up? Fixed it public now. My collection is probably not that impressive but considering I live a 800sqft loft and am 25, I am happy with it.
How about post your cellar tracker ID? my is.... serg
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