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  1. Drinking window for B.V. Clone 4 and Beringer Private Reserve Cab.
  2. TN: Wines in city and suburbs- MSR, CA, Burgundy. Rhone
  3. A side note about the hospitality at the wineries I went to in Napa
  4. Napa Cabernet Notes
  5. TN: White Burgs, Champagne with Shanghai-style food in Tribeca
  6. TN: Inside wines, outside wines - Loire, Beaujolais, Chablis, Argentina
  7. Re: Campocorto Chianti Classico imported to US?
  8. Re: Campocorto Chianti Classico imported to US?
  9. TN: Summer wines from Loire, Beaujolais, Finger Lakes, and more
  10. Campocorto Chianti Classico imported to US?
  11. Weekend Reds
  12. Re: 2009 Clos Rougeard
  13. Re: 2009 Clos Rougeard
  14. Re: 2009 Clos Rougeard
  15. TN: Wachau, Loire, Burg, and south of France
  16. TN: 4th of July weekend
  17. TN: Loire, CA,. Burg, Marche, and more
  18. Luce Vite Brunello 2008
  19. TN: Gonon, Clos Rougeard, and more
  20. Visit to Kistler Vinyards, Sonoma
  21. Re: Weekend with CA friends
  22. TN: 7 Gamays, 1 Chenin Blanc, 1 Gruner Veltliner
  23. TN: Many Cantemerle, many La Lagune
  24. TN: wines al fresco (Burg, Jura, Rioja, Loire, etc)
  25. 1997 Rene Renou Bonnezeaux Cuvee Zenith
  26. TN: SOBER does Ausone and Austrians, plus couple Aus- free things
  27. TN: Willi Schaefer Spatlese with accidental deconstructed turducken
  28. TN: old rose, dull NY wine, and a few better wines
  29. "Critics are not objective." (recent article)
  30. 1996 Impala Merlot
  31. 1998 Ducru Becaillou for father's day
  32. TN: Spring wines- RB Bdx, Etna, Burg, Loire, Chile
  33. 1997 Louis Latour Corton Charlemagne
  34. TN: Mostly Riesling with Wine Media Guild on UES, NYC
  35. Couple of oldies Burg and Luna
  36. Re: 2 WE successes
  37. Hello!
  38. Re: 2 WE successes
  39. TN: 1 Oz, 3 Old World
  40. TN: Germans, Burg, Languedoc, Bdx
  41. Bad terroir
  42. TN: 2004 Red Burgs- some green, some mean, some lean, some I like
  43. TN: Lots of wines with porcelet and more
  44. TN: Memorial Day wines
  45. TN: 1999 Brunello
  46. TN: Multiple Madirans, 1 El Dorado, 1 Chassagne
  47. Re: couple of good low end Rieslings
  48. TN: Keg wine, plus Arbois (new producer to me) and Liguria
  49. TN: couple roses, one red, one bubbles
  50. Red vs White
  51. Chinon
  52. TN: Pomerol, Mosel, Vallee d'Aoste, and Sicily
  53. 2000 Drouhin Chablis Premier Cru
  54. WTN: 4 Rieslings, 10 Chateauneufs
  55. WTN: 4 Rieslings, 10 Chateauneufs
  56. TN: Mothers Day weekend, with LdH,Dashe, Burlotto, and more
  57. TN: 2006 Chassagne 1ers with and without TCA, 2 2013 roses
  58. Banyuls - Temperature
  59. 2000 Drouhin Chablis Premier Cru
  60. 1994 Robert Mondavi Reserve Napa Cabernet
  61. 2004 Sassiciaia
  62. TN: US, French, and Austrian wines
  63. TN: Mendocino, Chablis, Etna, and Niederosterreich
  64. 2006 Louis Jadot Meursault premoxed
  65. TN: 17 bottles of Musar on the wall
  66. TN: 1 Rhone, 1 Burg, 1 Loire, 1 Pfalz, 1/2 Champagne
  67. TN: Rieslings, plus Valentini, Trimbach, Inama, Chidaine, etc
  68. TN: Blind St Julien, with surprises
  69. TN: Easter and other wines
  70. TN: Burgs, Bdx, Loires, Alsace, Ribera Sacra,and Bergerac
  71. TN: Rieslings show well on lovely spring weekend
  72. N: week;s wine (Burg, CA, Loire, etc)
  73. 2011 Nexus Ribera del Duera Cosecha
  74. TN: Wines at home and at Peking Duck House (NYC)
  75. Final Days in CA wine tasting Sonoma review
  76. TN: Hermitage, St Estephe, Jura, Nahe
  77. TN: A memorable wine
  78. Further reports from California tastings
  79. Le Nez du Vin kit for terroirs
  80. TN: Italian Whites, Cahors, more
  81. TN: 2 Rieslings and a Poulsard with green curry
  82. Light Whites
  83. Brachetto d'Acqui Question
  84. Brachetto d'Acqui Question
  85. TN: Blind Graves- class will out
  86. TN: 2 Trocken Rieslings, + Burg, Collio, El Dorado
  87. Re: Has anyone heard of...?
  88. OT whisky comment
  89. TN: Biryani night, with Rieslings, Burgs,and more
  90. Off to several days of tastings north of Santa Barbara
  91. TN: Rhone, Burgundy (proper) and Beaujolais
  92. Wine suggestions
  93. TN: Bubbly Burg, Jura Chard, Corsican Rose, ESJ Syrah
  94. TN: St Paddys and weekend wines
  95. TN: Special Club, Chevillon PTG, Lapierre VdT, Cowan PN,
  96. NZ Riesling.
  97. the mysterious Dureza!
  98. TN: Concert week wines (Bdx, Burg, Tuscan, Mosel, Champagne, Bandol)
  99. [LONG] Cellar Clearance Party 2014
  100. TN: SOBER does Piedmont (lots of F Rinaldi) plus Riversaltes andTaittinger CdC
  101. TN: 2 Beaujolais, 1 Chablis GC, 1 Montepulciano
  102. TN: 10th Anniversary of local wine group, featuring 2004 vintage wines
  103. TN: Tuscany, Ruwer, Alsace
  104. Muga Tasting
  105. Moet & Chandon Petite Liqueur
  106. TN: Week of European wines- Italy and France, with one Spanish wine
  107. Make your own Pauillac!
  108. TN: Mostly Italian, with a Loire and a Burg
  109. TN: Winter wines (Germany, Rioja, Sicily, US)
  110. [TN] Recent wines (Nebbiolo, Grenache, Bordeaux and Pinot)
  111. 2010 Peregrine (Central Otago) Pinot Gris
  112. TN: Wines I liked (from Corsica, Sicily, Canary Islands, Bordeaux,and California)
  113. TN: 1989 Bordeaux
  114. TN: on a hot streak- 5 wines I like (Corsica, Burgundy, Mosel,Piedmont, and Loire)
  115. TN: Wines with Fondue, capon, etc
  116. TN: Mostly 1996 Burgs (including La Tache!) , plus 71 Piedmont, 90Krug, etc
  117. Looking for Mudgee bed and breakfast
  118. TN: Mostly Medoc
  119. TN: Haut-Medoc, Burgundy, and Rueda
  120. Does technology = better wine?
  121. Does technology = better wine?
  122. Wine match with Cast Iron bronzed cauliflower
  123. sticky brown goo coming out of Riesling cork?
  124. TN: Back to wine- Montlouis, Chianti, St Emilion, and Macon
  125. [LONG] Recent and not-so-recent wines
  126. TN: Winter Wines (Burg, Barolo, Sonoma, Champagne, etc)
  127. Deep freeze / extreme heat / flood and rain (New FREE Service)
  128. Deep freeze / extreme heat / flood and rain (New FREE Service)
  129. TN: New Year's Eve Eve, New Year's Eve, New Year
  130. TN: Christmas week wines
  131. Thank you and Merry/Happy Christmas to all
  132. WTN: SOBER at my place (61 Bdx, 89 ZH, 95 ESJ are winners) plus 88CCR and a Joly
  133. TN: Burgundy and Canary Islands
  134. 2000 Guigal Chateau de Ampuis Cote Rotie
  135. TN: Hirtzberger, JJ Prum, O Raffault, Lafarge, Sicilians, etc
  136. TN: CdR, Jura, Muscadet, Beaujolais (no notes on the mulled wine)
  137. TN: Best wine night in a while- Magdelaine, Malconsorts, Keller,Comtes de Champagne, BA
  138. TN: Spouse's birthday, with overachieving Barbaresco and Burg, and awhite Burg beginning to show the Pox
  139. TN: Saar, Prosecco, Touraine, Barolo
  140. RIP Judy Rodgers
  141. TN: Post Thanksgiving wines- Sicily, Liguria, Wachau, South Africa
  142. TN: Thanksgiving with Bea, Coudert, Donnhoff, Mondavi, and others
  143. 2011 A to Z Pinot Noir
  144. TN: Chinon and California Touriga Nacional
  145. Bonne Mares
  146. TN: 8 nights of wine
  147. [TN] This week's wines
  148. "The wine was sweetened with honey and spiced with juniper, mint,cinnamon bark and other herbs."
  149. TN: SOBER at Mark's, with a slew of Savignys and some older California
  150. 2007 Felsina Rancia and 1997 Fontodi Flaccianello
  151. TN: French Wines for French Fred's 50th
  152. TN: a week or so of wines
  153. 1994 Chateau Montelena Cabernet 3L
  154. thanksgiving wines
  155. 2000 Elio Grasso Barolo Ginestra "Casa Mate"
  156. Tornadoes
  157. Any wine drinkers willing to help?
  158. Thanksgiving day wines.
  159. TN: Cal Cabs 1971-1987
  160. TN: GG, B2K, #2, KV, and wines with real names :)
  161. Thanksgiving wines for traditional dinner
  162. "Great people talk about ideas, average people talk about things, andsmall people talk about wine."
  163. {LONG] More wines
  164. TN: assorted wines from all over (well, France, Spain, Italy, US, Germany
  165. TN: Charity tasting with 1996 (and few other vintages) Bordeaux, a SOthat's not a joke, and a sadly corked Prum
  166. Searching for Demestica (Greek red wine)
  167. Global Wine shortage
  168. 2005 Morey-Coffinet Chassagne Montrachet 1er Morgeot
  169. 1997 Duckhorn Napa Valley Merlot
  170. Maynard James Keenan's wine
  171. TN: US, French and Italian wines
  172. 2010 Celani Tenacious Red Napa
  173. Inexpensive Red Blends
  174. TN: blind tasting with some inexpensive red Burgs
  175. Kermit Lynch
  176. TN: 1983 claret, plus Champagne and 66 Beychevelle
  177. 2003 Leeuwin Art Series Chardonnay
  178. 2005 SQN Atlantis Syrah
  179. TN: slew of Burlotto, great Saves and Beaucastel, other nice wines
  180. 2009 Isole e Olena Chianti Classico
  181. Vermont
  182. Hill Country wines
  183. TN: 1985 claret and overcooked steaks at Preserve 24
  184. TN: wines with the (non-prodigal) son- '88 St Emilion, etc
  185. WTN: Burgundy, Loire, Champagne, Saar, Sicily, Loire, SLO
  186. "...Fragrant, woody/resinous, minty/peppermint, sweet, chemical,popcorn, lemon, fruity (non-citrus), pungent and decayed."
  187. "...If you want a bulletproof taste test,...you should be tempted todrink the entire bottle. By yourself."
  188. [LONG] Recent tastes
  189. A partial explanation for cork taint
  190. TN: French and Italian wines
  191. 2000 Chapoutier Ermitage Le Pavillon
  192. TN: France, Spain, Israel
  193. TN: Mostly Italian
  194. TN: Etna White and Red, plus Margaux, Moulin a Vent, Mosel
  195. Truth being stranger than fiction,
  196. TN: mostly Rioja at a Basque place in Chelsea
  197. TN: Alto Adige, Kremstal, Sancerre (pink), Rioja (cheap white) , Kremstal
  198. TN: SA, Loire, El Dorado, Chablis, and Anderson Valley (and cancelled party)
  199. TN: Sober At John's- Champagne, BdM, Pomerol, CdP, CA
  200. nvestigation. Education . Say. An international leader in the fieldof environment and health , promoting the Department of Environmental HealthSciences at the University of Michigan School of Public Health Excellence ,innovation and interdisciplin
  201. TN: '63 Warre, plus Roagna Dolcetto and nice summer wines
  202. TN: Making plans for Nigl (& Ollivier, Tayac, etc)
  203. TN: Champagne, Val d'Aosta, Anderson Valley, Santa Ynez
  204. TN: White from Loire & Mosel, Pink from Piedmont, and Red from Graves
  205. No more Bressan for me
  206. TN: Beaujolais, Burgundy, and Champagne
  207. SWAT Lunch
  208. TN: wines in Maine and NY
  209. [LONG] A Visit to Enderle & Moll
  210. [TN] 2012 Laible Weissburgunder
  211. Baggage
  212. Your Thoughts on USA's S. Blancs (need reccomendations)
  213. TN: Surprising minor Bordeaux, and an 05 Beaujolais
  214. [TN] Familiar and New
  215. Chateau Smith - anyone else think it is just wrong?
  216. brief TN: Sushi and Champagne
  217. 2008 Lewis Cellars Napa Cabernet.
  218. TN: Wines by the river (Oregon, Loire, Chablis, etc)
  219. TN: 2 roses from California, 1 GG
  220. 2011 Justin Paso Robles Cabernet
  221. Best Michigan wineries?
  222. A new closure
  223. Woodinville wineries
  224. 2005 Neiman Cellars "Caldwell Vineyard" Syrah
  225. 2000 Ch. Angelus
  226. TN: wines in my backyard (1929 to 2011)
  227. WTN: Wine in hot NY and cooler Georgia
  228. TN: SOBER at Dan's with great Bordeaux, Burgs, and Riojas
  229. Importers whose names are a guarantee of wine quality
  230. TN: Bastille Day and a hot week- Juge and Pepiere are great, others vary
  231. Two Classic 2002 Napa Cabs
  232. Any go to places in Woodinville WA?
  233. Trivento Malbec Golden Reserve 2011 Mendoza
  234. Re: Malbec
  235. 2007 Frederic Esmonin Mazis Chambertin
  236. TN: Good wines- 2 Cali, 1 Chablis, 1 Wachau
  237. Couple California Unusual Red Wines
  238. Tarima Hill Monastrell2010
  239. TN: Not PremOxed doesnt = good, and other wines on a hot 4th weekend
  240. VERMINOSO PEDERASTA PAOLO BARRAI DI MERCATO LIBERO SI VANTA DI"INCULARE A SANGUE" I FIGLI COSTANZA BARRAI E RICCARDO BARRAI DA QUANDO NATI.HA FATTO AMMAZZARE DAVID ROSSI MPS. LAVA SOLDI DI MAFIA E LEGA LADRONA INFINTER BANK LUGANO.
  241. [TN] Wines with Goko
  242. [TN] Wines with Goko
  243. TN: hot/stormy week, with most good not great wines
  244. Re: Malbec
  245. Re: Wine Aroma Kits
  246. Re: Wine Aroma Kits
  247. Re: Recommendations on Malbec in the $7-$13 range
  248. Re: Malbec
  249. Wagyu beef pairing advice
  250. TN: Franco hosts SOBER, with gorgeous Gaja and other fine wines