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Ha. Bought a few bottles of that last week. Chambers St.?

I presume this is the 2011. The 2010 was fantastic. Great value here for the price.
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Yea, 2011. It was $20ish. Wasn't really familiar with the producer, but figured I would take a flyer (and was conscious to force myself not to grab something from Foillard.)
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Cool, thanks. I picked up a lot of Riesling there last week, actually. Schafer-Frohlich, Lauer (I like the Fass X that's like $17 as a daily drinker), and some Adam too.

those are great, too. V-S is hard to find, so I get excited whenever I see it.
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just opened the Brun. I'm 50/50 on it at the start, it qualifies as a delicious wine, because it is delicious, but a tad more ripe than i prefer and the structure is a little meh.


Needs air, hence the opening.
post #15335 of 17899
another sip, it is indeed a great wine for $20
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$17 daily drinker? Ballin'
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Daily, as in on the days that I drink, which is like 2-3/week. It's like the price of one glass in a restaurant here.

BTW, better than expected at least. . .
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Hmkay. So I just leave it at "gg Giants" next year? wink.gif
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Originally Posted by AEK View Post

No. It will be gg Colts next year.

You just became my new forum best friend.
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$17 daily drinker? Ballin'
Depends, pre or post tax...
post #15339 of 17899
Much better. Nothing to complain about here!
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Daily, as in on the days that I drink, which is like 2-3/week.

weak
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Ballin'
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Originally Posted by ehkay View Post

Daily, as in on the days that I drink, which is like 2-3/week. It's like the price of one glass in a restaurant here.

BTW, better than expected at least. . .
I'm preparing some fried chicken right now (marinating) for tomorrow. Well, at least to get in the mood, since the game begins sometime around 1am or so. Haven't watched any NFL since last year, so I hope I still remember the most rudimentary rules. laugh.gif
So.. Baltimore as in Stitchy or SF as in Matt?
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Opened a 94 Montebello that was really off, so I popped a 02 Lynch. Not a great year for Bdx, but my wedding year, so I have a few. At 10+ years, this is really nice. Balanced, clearly Bdx, fruit holding and for my tastes, probably won't get alot better.

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06 Tenuta Langasco Barbera d'Alba on the couch in fron of the tube tonight. Dinking like a rock star tonight.
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Originally Posted by ehkay View Post

Cool, thanks. I picked up a lot of Riesling there last week, actually. Schafer-Frohlich, Lauer (I like the Fass X that's like $17 as a daily drinker), and some Adam too.

That Lauer is a great bottle. Just had one last weekend myself; need to head back over there and pick up a few more before they are gone.
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