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Colleague of mine out there (in the industry) told me last night they're predicitng "disaster" for their vintage this year.
Meaning you don't like it enough to spend that or don't like any Rioja under $30?
Was it cloudy?
The best farm eggs I get run circles around the factory eggs.
Bea makes some pretty freaky-weird wines. Did the bottle say 100% Sagrantino? All Rosso de Veo I've seen/had was a Sagrantino/Sangiovese/Montepulciano blend.
Amarone is one of the few I really only enjoy with considerably more age than that.
Not at over $300 a bottle
These: - looking again perhaps promising? I missed both initiallyChâteau Gombaude de Guillot, Pomerol 1998/00Château Pavie Macquin, St.Emilion 1999.
Horse Heaven Hills.
Thanks for the feedback. I am doing a five course Bordeaux and cheese event this Fall and I have to pull from this list. I'll have input from the distributor and some others of course but I really value your collective input, knowing these are mostly very young. What I could find online of the few late 90's early 00' vintages make me think most are past due. I omitted all the d'Yqem. Obviously out of reach. Then there's the Lynch... But at the price... Tooooo young.
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