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I like them too, especially the Cinsault. Tegan's wines for his own label, Sandlands, are also very good. (I think we've discussed them here before)
Can you smoke a sleeve then eat the rest when you get the munchies after?
You gotta pull the trigger, every night is a special occasion.
I have a jacket in that and I never wear it. It's a great example of a cloth that looks great as a bolt and would probably make a nice pillow for your reading chair, but otherwise kind of sucks.
Eh, I've seen 4 or 5 different single vineyard wines at local wine stores in NJ.
Ridge Vineyard's Paul Draper is retiring. In my opinion Montebello is the best wine made in North America. I can think of no other wine made as long, by the same winemaker, from the same vineyard, with such a track record for aging. Montelena is the only other that comes close. This is the end of an era. Cupertino, CA – 80 years – It seems a most celebratory age to step back. We have two of the finest winemakers and one of the most exceptional vineyard directors, who...
I think Tablas also serves as a nursery to wineries in CA (which would explain the Picpoul) and the US, providing them with vines, all of which they brought over in the early 90s when they started the winery. I seem to recall them bringing vines for all the approved varietals in the CdP AoC.
I owned a 2000 M Roadster for a couple of years and wish I'd never sold that car. It was simple to maintain, comfortable for a small two seater, wasn't overly 'electronic', and deceptively fast. (I know it was supposed to be fast, but I laughed at a lot of Boxster drivers who pulled up next to me and wanted to race).
I would go to Tablas for sure, Turley (big zins, but such a wide range of wines I think it would be an interesting experience), TH Estate (formerly Hoage).
Are those the ones that look like corrective shoes? I remember my first pair of shoes.......mama said they's magic shoes....
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