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Would an '03 Didier Dagueneau Silex be over the hill? A local wine shop has them for about $60.

At that price, it's a good deal anyway. Furthermore, 2003 has been turned to wine (any translation for "vinification"?) by Didier Dagueneau himself. Should be good.
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Had a little exposure to his wines....

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Thanks for the comments, I'm looking forward to this.
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Thanks for the comments, I'm looking forward to this.
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Last night with dinner:

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Ever gone tasting there, Piob? I might take a weekend jaunt to Sonoma during August while I still have weekends, and I might add them to the list of places to stop.
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Ever gone tasting there, Piob? I might take a weekend jaunt to Sonoma during August while I still have weekends, and I might add them to the list of places to stop.

Yes, I have. In fact, I know a couple forum members than have, including Kyle. You have to make an appt. and they set you up in a nice boardroom type setting and give a nice talk. It's a pretty drive up their driveway too as you pass through one of their vineyards.

She is the grande dame of Pinot in Sonoma and I'm a fran.
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Ce soir.



sorry about side shot. dunno why this program (or my Mac) changes things in transit. But, you get the idea.
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Will do it for you, and this tastes good :)

 

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what year is the viader?
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Had a Booker The White 2010 last night. Unfiltered/unfined and looks it. If you get one let it warm up. It really opens up nicely as it comes to room temp. 75% Roussanne and 25% Viognier.
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09 Morgon tonight. I have decided that cru Beaujolais is a bargain.
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Is that the Lapierre?  Kermit Lynch?  Like Beaujolais, esp Diochon.

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