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post #181 of 247
^^ Great list. Do poast what you think about the Thivin.
post #182 of 247
Stunning tatterall... I just tried a wine from a small local vineyard up in Nor Cal called Buona Vita Cellars.... Brilliant! Gosh I love living in wine country!
post #183 of 247
Pian dell'Orino Rosso di Montalcino -- really delicious and well made.
post #184 of 247
Praia Vino Verde, No wine is better for a really hot day. Goes really well with food too. 10% abv you can drink plenty. http://www.kysela.com/portugal/praia.htm
post #185 of 247
Just had a Spanish Sparkling white called Pinord, so refreshing, and $10 a bottle.
post #186 of 247
here's a quick list of what comes to mind: - Jean-Paul Brun Terres Dorées L'Ancien Beaujolais and Chard - pepiere muscadet - Coudert (Clos de la Roilette) Clos de la Roilette - bugey cerdon - we also like inexpensive german Riesling
post #187 of 247
Medication time...
post #188 of 247
Oh. Tell you what- you keep the pills and send me the bottle. All in the interest of preserving your health, of course. How was it?
post #189 of 247
Light, a bit smokey, a bite of tannis at the finish, but they didn't linger on that long. It was cheap at $13, another Kermit Lynch import. From the Languedoc region, I might be wrong, but I think if the proportion of Carignan was higher it would be considered a Corbières?
post #190 of 247
I'm not sure either. The Bronzinelle comes in at a couple dollars more; it is supposed to be more bordeaux like. It sounds darker and more structured than the Traditional; dinner vs. lunch perhaps. Interesting.
post #191 of 247
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If you guys like those, you should try some of the Pic St. Loup wines KL imports. Great stuff. The one from Chateau La Roque is a standard in our house.
post #192 of 247
^Not easily found around here. But I've been looking for a reason to develop a relationship with a wine shop that can order for me. Chateau La Roque Pic Saint Loup Rouge sounds like a good one.
post #193 of 247
So...the lady who cuts my hair is a friend and six weeks or so ago we got off discussing wines when another customer of hers came in early for her appointment and joined in the conversation. Because all three of us enjoy wines we decided to throw our own wine tasting with each of us bringing a bottle to our next appointment which Christine would ensure happened on the same day...and toward the end of the day. I had to cancel last time (work conflicts) but we arranged a substitute for today.

I am bringing two delicious wines:

2009 Mommessin Domaine de la Conseillere Julienas ($12)
2008 Robert Mondavi Fume Blanc ($15)

I will ensure that Christine is finished cutting my hair before she starts in on the wine.
post #194 of 247
Morellino di Scansano Riserva "Poggio Valente", Fattoria le Pupille. Very good, approachable tuscan red.
post #195 of 247
My wine shop guy was raving about this so I picked up a bottle. Anyone familiar?

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