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Posts by Cary Grant

Drank the last of my 2003 Sottimano "Cotta" Barbaresco over the weekend. Sure 2004 was a stellar year, but every 2003 I've had has been exquisite.
Had some Surly Pentagram last week Freaky-odd beer.
Thinking on this more- I'd advocate looking out for a Monastrell or MencĂ­a. Both, done well, are good values, especially Monastrell and can have ample earth, gravel, smoke, mineral... thought not so much brett/barnyard.
^^Old world tempranillo
Bad year for Burgundy... http://www.decanter.com/wine-news/hail-in-chablis-vineyards-catastrophe-305536/
What Wendy's I've had the past few years has been horrid even by junk fast-food standards. The burger always comes in a shambles, glopped all over with condiments. Rubbery burger... bleh.
Landmark Creamery Petit Nuage
Shakerag Blue Lindenhof Presidium Truffle Gouda
We got some of the aged brick. It's stinkier but still really mild (too mild) in the paste.
Yes - well, not false modesty if meant cynically, but yes.A crap winemaker could do damn all with any grape A skilled maker can nurse crap grapes along to something marginal... and make symphonies out of perfect grapes and seasons.
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