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This stuff is delicious! I have half a case of the 2001, and am loving it.

 

 

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post #227 of 246
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Originally Posted by Huntsman View Post

This stuff is delicious! I have half a case of the 2001, and am loving it.


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Trimbach is great and I love white wines with a little age. Nice.


Cross-post from this weekend, Arcangelo Salice Salentino is delicious. I don't care that it's probably a little too fruit-forward. I really enjoyed it.
post #228 of 246
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This stuff is delicious! I have half a case of the 2001, and am loving it.


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I think this is the one Matt,Iam told me was a favorite of his. Reminds me that I need to pick up a bottle next time I am at KL
post #229 of 246
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I think this is the one Matt,Iam told me was a favorite of his. Reminds me that I need to pick up a bottle next time I am at KL

It is not. I do like this wine very, very much, but the one I mentioned is the riesling of the same gold label series from Trimbach. Cuvee Frederic Emile.
post #230 of 246
ok, i'll admit i'm going all mr. california here ... but there are really spectacular gewurtzes coming out of the anderson valley. check out navarro (my house pour) or handley. if you like them a little more austere (and expensive) lazy creek.
post #231 of 246
I bought some of those Navarro's at the vineyard while taking a day trip through the Anderson Valley (I think we've talked about that in another thread). They are really nice, but I haven't seen them in any stores. Who carries them in LA?
post #232 of 246
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I bought some of those Navarro's at the vineyard while taking a day trip through the Anderson Valley (I think we've talked about that in another thread). They are really nice, but I haven't seen them in any stores. Who carries them in LA?

I think they mainly sell through their mailing list. They are also the house wine of some very good friends of ours. Good stuff. Nice grape juice as well.
post #233 of 246
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I think they mainly sell through their mailing list. They are also the house wine of some very good friends of ours. Good stuff. Nice grape juice as well.

yup. mailing list and website. but it's not allocated by any means.
they do a good job. they were there before anybody else in the area (except maybe husch?), planted unpopular grapes because they liked them, have most of their workers on full-time year-round; and give them health coverage.
post #234 of 246
I had some of Karl Schäfer's 2011 Weissburgunder tonight. Months too early for it but definitely worth buying now (while it lasts).
post #235 of 246
Damn, thats a quick bottling.
post #236 of 246
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Damn, thats a quick bottling.

Yep, but (unfortunately) not uncommon nowadays. I wouldn't have opened it before the summer, but had to decide whether or not to buy a few more bottles of it. So, killing the baby was mandatory.
post #237 of 246
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I came home from a symposium last night and my lady had bought a bottle of the 2004 (as well as a bottle of Sancerre and a few others). It is great.
post #238 of 246
Got this one in my monthly K&L wine club order. Leo de La Gaffeliere Bordeaux Rouge. Very delicious, simple with a nice tannic smack. 13 bucks.

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post #239 of 246

Honestly the current B&G Vouvray. Way better than it has a right to be.

post #240 of 246
Albarino. In particular, this bottle of 2010 Valtea Albarino I just opened.
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