- Jul 6, 2013
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Big bit of spice to this one.
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my daughter was born in the beginning of 2020. Buying riesling and champagne and barolo when they're out. I'm going back and forth on bordeaux but didn't buy any futures. May dabble in some burgundy but she will have one hell of a collection by the time she's 21. My cellar is overflowing so I'm not as worried about the specific vintage for her.Might be a bit of an out there question - I frankly buy too much wine for someone who knows nothing about it, but maybe someone has a rec.
My daughter was born end of 2020. I'd like to buy a case or 2 of a birth year wine to cellar for her for later.
Anyone have a rec of something 2020 that A) will be decent put down for 18-20 years+ and B) is somewhat gettable.
Nicholas Maillart Rose or Benoit Marguet Shaman Rose might be the best in the price range. Also good are Laherte-Freres Rose de Meunier, Vilmart Cuvee Rubis, and Ployez-Jacquemart Rose. And if we're talking price and sourcing trouble and vintage/non-vintage out the window, I'll take Prevost Fac-Simile against the field.