- Jul 19, 2004
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I love these haughty, customer is stupid but I feel just fine taking their money posts. I'm with DarkNWorn, you should print that out and put it on the wall so your customers can see just what you think of them.
Bouji, I had some Italian wine Friday that cost $255 a bottle. It started with an A, perhaps would know what it is? I'm generally not a wine person, but this was good even to my pleb tastes.
I'm not good with Italian wine... although, I'm guessing Angelo Gaja? Was it red or white?
I hope you don’t see this as rude, but I had a look at the wine list on your restaurants website, and could not help but find it strange to see a restaurant, which prides itself on wine, but has none of the following:
I can't be number 11 because I'm not a customer of yours. I was just saying, in short, that this supercilious attitude is really trite, and believe me, those stupid customers pick up on it. Good luck staying in business longer than 2 years.
I like and admire most of the wines you mention below. However, in my homestate of Delaware, I must purchase wines from a distributor. The distributors who sell these products, IMHO, do not properly ship, store and transport them. I refuse to purchase wines that were shipped in unrefrigerated containers from overseas, sent to an unrefrigerated warehouse, and delivered in an unreifreigerated truck.Originally Posted by cuffthis
Understandable; but aside from wines like Le Pin and Petrus I do find it odd that you offer Meursault and not Chablis or Pouilly Fuisse, which IMO offer better value. For me Meursult has always been overpriced for what it is - I'd preffer a Chablis 1er or Montrachet, which can be had for similar money.
Again - it goes back to what's available. The supplier I purchase the Meursault from does not offer Chablis or Pouilly Fuisse that I felt was a good price to value.Originally Posted by cuffthis