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by Richard T r i m p i
June 18th, 2019, 10:30 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Hail hits French/Swiss vineyards
Replies: 8
Views: 472

Re: Hail hits French/Swiss vineyards

"Always" is a long time. Maybe you mean something like the Black Monday report of approximately 1000 English troops dying as a result of an incredibly severe French Hailstorm (siege of Chartres, April 1360 during the Hundreds Years war). There appear to be increasing trends in parts of France. There...
by Richard T r i m p i
June 11th, 2019, 5:29 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Dominique Laurent
Replies: 161
Views: 11620

Re: Dominique Laurent

Agreed on your producer list and more affordably, if not as elegant, Robert Chevillon NSGs. I enjoy the rusticity of Bruno Clair, not to mention respect for the man....despite any "chew". Can't afford Leroy. Most Gouges strikes me as brawny although considerably less of late, fine value. Dominique L...
by Richard T r i m p i
June 10th, 2019, 12:24 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Dominique Laurent
Replies: 161
Views: 11620

Re: Dominique Laurent

I guess I need to try one...? I was so turned off by 2006s, that I took them completely off of my radar. Kevin Shin has a different perspective. I own some 2006 Bonnes Mares and 2005 Chambolle-Musigny Derriere la Grange. Expectations were low when purchased and remain low. Oaky chewy dense Burgs ar...
by Richard T r i m p i
June 7th, 2019, 6:52 am
Forum: Cellar Rats (ITB)
Topic: Spotted Lanternfly?
Replies: 9
Views: 660

Re: Spotted Lanternfly?

Unless some sort of natural based defense comes in to play (molds, bacteria, virus, predators, etc.), I'm not confident that a manmade strategy will work. Perhaps it will on a smaller scale for individual vineyards, orchards, etc. The wave was unmistakable here. One day there were no lanternflies an...
by Richard T r i m p i
June 6th, 2019, 9:48 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2014 Olga Raffault Chinon Les Picasses
Replies: 39
Views: 1391

Re: TN: 2014 Olga Raffault Chinon Les Picasses

2018 sounds even better, except for the high levels of alcohol. Another mention in this thread about alcohol in red Loire wines. I so rarely find it a problem, which is a major plus. 2015 was excellent in the Loire and too hot for me in Beaujolais. Don't even mention warm vintages south of Limoges ...
by Richard T r i m p i
June 6th, 2019, 9:16 am
Forum: Cellar Rats (ITB)
Topic: Spotted Lanternfly?
Replies: 9
Views: 660

Re: Spotted Lanternfly?

Sticky tape is apparently not the answer. http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/mc-nws-spotted-lanternfly-banding-bycatch-20190605-knqyk3kogfb6djsmiheckmdboi-story.html Numbers seem down considerably this year, at least in my tiny corner. The Sweet Bay Magnolia trees were loaded with them last year. Mu...
by Richard T r i m p i
June 4th, 2019, 11:04 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: 2017 Beaujolais
Replies: 52
Views: 4129

Re: 2017 Beaujolais

2017 Daniel Bouland Morgon Corcelette VV Foudre 7 Struck me as somewhat lighter for Morgon. Refreshing, simultaneously agile and silky, red & dark fruits. It builds through the midpalate to a clean finish. If this is from a new foudre, it's not imparting too much wood. Gulpable. Couldn't help pouri...
by Richard T r i m p i
May 29th, 2019, 1:04 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: What’s that last wine you will not drop despite price run-ups?
Replies: 68
Views: 2851

Re: What’s that last wine you will not drop despite price run-ups?

Lawyers adding words to increase confusion? Who knew? There is probably no wine that I wouldn't drop if prices increased "enough"...with requisite tears, gnashing of teeth, rending of clothes...etc. I'm pretty much done placing long term bets and they're all sitting in the cellar. For short term or ...
by Richard T r i m p i
May 28th, 2019, 3:21 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?
Replies: 308
Views: 17736

Re: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?

Continuing on, 2016 Goodfellow Heritage #8 Durant Vineyard Pinot Noir : baking spice and mild saddle soap, lots of fruit in the attack combining black cherry and pomegranate. Excellent acidity which propels the midpalate in to a gently rubbing finish. Structurally, it's youthful....elbows and knees....
by Richard T r i m p i
May 27th, 2019, 7:09 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?
Replies: 308
Views: 17736

Re: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?

Been dabbling with a couple of 2016 Pinots. The 2016 Goodfellow Fircrest left me uninspired. Vintage ripeness and a pretty good wallop of wood. Complete turnaround with the 2016 Goodfellow Heritage #7 Whistling Ridge The wood is supportive and the "woodsy" red fruit is expressive and lively. Excelle...
by Richard T r i m p i
May 24th, 2019, 2:18 pm
Forum: Travel Forum
Topic: What is your favorite arrondissement in Paris and why?
Replies: 6
Views: 655

Re: What is your favorite arrondissement in Paris and why?

13e and 14e are the only two I haven't really spent time in. I actually prefer the outskirt neighborhoods because they feel more "French", IMHO. France is reportedly the most visited country on the planet and Paris is its most visited city hosting more than 40 million tourists per year. 3 for every ...
by Richard T r i m p i
May 16th, 2019, 1:09 pm
Forum: Beer and Spirits
Topic: The Maturing Craft Beer Market
Replies: 43
Views: 872

Re: The Maturing Craft Beer Market

Just to flesh out the local issue with Weyerbacher: Their taproom is yuuge off a major interstate so getting to-from is a bit of a thing even if you’re local. They’ve changed the PA laws to allow taprooms to essentially function as bars now. They can serve their beer on premise and do growler/crowl...
by Richard T r i m p i
May 9th, 2019, 7:32 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Less expensive Pinot Noirs from many producers are often lighter and better than the more expensive bottlings
Replies: 42
Views: 2290

Re: Less expensive Pinot Noirs from many producers are often lighter and better than the more expensive bottlings

They tend to get it mostly right in the vineyard, producing great fruit, then think that the better cuvees need to be slathered in the most expensive winemaking techniques (lots and lots of the best new oak). Fred, IIRC, the term I've heard is: "slutting it up". We're in agreement, although some of...
by Richard T r i m p i
May 9th, 2019, 7:16 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: An unimportant tasting of 2016 Bordeaux
Replies: 45
Views: 2007

Re: TN: An unimportant tasting of 2016 Bordeaux

Ch. Poujeaux (Moulis en Medoc, cru bourgeois), $40: Nice nose with oak and black fruit, and a trace of red currant, as well. Both rich and tannic, with great fruit showing – more than most. Slight green hint suggested cabernet franc, but that’s only 5%; it’s 50% cabernet sauvignon. Very pleasing an...
by Richard T r i m p i
May 9th, 2019, 5:54 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Less expensive Pinot Noirs from many producers are often lighter and better than the more expensive bottlings
Replies: 42
Views: 2290

Re: Less expensive Pinot Noirs from many producers are often lighter and better than the more expensive bottlings

Pinot Noir is complicated and resistant to easy definition and/or categorization. I've definitely had less expensive lighter style bottlings that I've preferred to bigger more concentrated home run efforts. I believe that it's harder to hide flaws in "lighter" Pinot Noir. Sometimes the increased den...
by Richard T r i m p i
May 8th, 2019, 12:25 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2005 Domaine de la Pépière (Marc Ollivier) Muscadet de Sèvre-et-Maine Sur Lie Vieilles Vignes Clos des Briords
Replies: 28
Views: 865

Re: TN: 2005 Domaine de la Pépière (Marc Ollivier) Muscadet de Sèvre-et-Maine Sur Lie Vieilles Vignes Clos des Briords

I visited the Domaine in 2012. Marc is a great host. He treated us to several younger vintages, some tank samples and a bottle from 1984. That 28 year old wine was lovely. Fascinating stuff and still holding on fine...lots of tertiary interest. I'm not sure the same could be said of every bottle.......
by Richard T r i m p i
May 8th, 2019, 9:56 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: 2018 Rose
Replies: 40
Views: 1509

Re: 2018 Rose

Nobody around here seems to like or know the Muri Gries Lagrein Rosato....at a whopping $13. I'm cool with that. Haven't tried the '18 yet but backed up the truck for the '16s.

FYI, 20% off sale at Astor today on all their Roses.

RT
by Richard T r i m p i
May 8th, 2019, 8:09 am
Forum: Beer and Spirits
Topic: The Maturing Craft Beer Market
Replies: 43
Views: 872

Re: The Maturing Craft Beer Market

When Yuengling was reintroduced into the MA market, a coworker and I tasted it alongside Budweiser. Styles were a bit different, but quality was very similar. In the 1990's...Yuengling brewed a higher quality beer IMHO. I preferred it to Bud, Miller, etc. It never approached the quality of many of ...
by Richard T r i m p i
May 7th, 2019, 6:27 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Virtual Tasting--PINOT NOIR from anywhere. May 5th - May 12th
Replies: 58
Views: 2146

Re: Virtual Tasting--PINOT NOIR from anywhere. May 5th - May 12th

Todd F r e n c h wrote:
May 6th, 2019, 6:04 pm
2012 Seven of Hearts Pinot Noir Curmudgeon Cuvée Armstrong Vineyard[/url] - USA, Oregon, Willamette Valley, Ribbon Ridge (5/6/2019)
Nice! You don't see a lot of that around.

RT
by Richard T r i m p i
May 7th, 2019, 6:02 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2005 Domaine de la Pépière (Marc Ollivier) Muscadet de Sèvre-et-Maine Sur Lie Vieilles Vignes Clos des Briords
Replies: 28
Views: 865

Re: TN: 2005 Domaine de la Pépière (Marc Ollivier) Muscadet de Sèvre-et-Maine Sur Lie Vieilles Vignes Clos des Briords

A few months ago I popped a 2007 and 2017 side-by-side. The 07 had increased depth and presence but was, as expected, missing the lighter, fresher notes of the livelier 2017. I was hoping for a bit more complexity/layering from the aging. I preferred the younger wine. A different bottle of each (dif...
by Richard T r i m p i
May 6th, 2019, 10:50 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Help me with a sparkling wine tasting party
Replies: 35
Views: 956

Re: Help me with a sparkling wine tasting party

Along with Lambrusco, Brachetto d'Acqui can be novel/interesting.

RT
by Richard T r i m p i
April 27th, 2019, 4:43 am
Forum: Beer and Spirits
Topic: The Maturing Craft Beer Market
Replies: 43
Views: 872

Re: The Maturing Craft Beer Market

I am sure that's largely because of Yuengling (craft - ha!). They also seem not to be counting Boston Beer Company in the Massachusetts total, which might change the #1 spot, but again, "craft" in name only. PA does have a LOT of breweries, though. Boston Beer has a huge brewing facility in the Leh...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 26th, 2019, 2:34 pm
Forum: Beer and Spirits
Topic: The Maturing Craft Beer Market
Replies: 43
Views: 872

Re: The Maturing Craft Beer Market

Rick, for now...the big chains don't have a lock on the local supermarkets. There are also a limited number of markets and gas stations with beer/wine licenses, usually with a separate cash register and a limit on the amount that can be sold at any one time (i.e.: 2 six packs max). Like I said, anti...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 26th, 2019, 1:21 pm
Forum: Beer and Spirits
Topic: The Maturing Craft Beer Market
Replies: 43
Views: 872

Re: The Maturing Craft Beer Market

Stumbled on an estimate that PA produces more craft beer by volume than any other State . CA is #2. OR is #9. There're 7 - 8 craft breweries within 10 miles of my house...and I live in the relative "sticks" compared to Philadelphia or the Lehigh Valley. A number of them are quite good IMHO. It's har...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 25th, 2019, 6:13 pm
Forum: Beer and Spirits
Topic: The Maturing Craft Beer Market
Replies: 43
Views: 872

Re: The Maturing Craft Beer Market

Goodbeerhunting.com story "At its peak in 2014, Weyerbacher sold an estimated 19,500 BBLs, but has struggled to tread water since. Due to lack of funding, Lampe told Brewbound the company made only 11,000 BBLs last year, but is hoping to get back to around 16,000 in 2019, a production level where W...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 25th, 2019, 11:34 am
Forum: Beer and Spirits
Topic: The Maturing Craft Beer Market
Replies: 43
Views: 872

The Maturing Craft Beer Market

I don't follow these things closely but I was surprised by a recent front page article in the local rag: Bankruptcy: How did Weyerbacher Brewing get to this point? Weyerbacher seemed to be on a path to success (since 1995...fairly early in the game) and was growing faster than a few dozen other loca...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 25th, 2019, 7:13 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Wine Drinking In France Sucks
Replies: 55
Views: 4489

Re: Wine Drinking In France Sucks

a slightly different theme direction... I stopped in to a small Parisian suburb wine shop last year and chatted to the owner about personal wine preferences. She was attentive and made some suggestions. She had a broad hand-picked selection of French offerings (including GC Burgs and higher end Bord...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 22nd, 2019, 12:02 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: New Guy disillusioned with WA
Replies: 167
Views: 8260

Re: New Guy disillusioned with WA

You've never heard about his "Infallibility" doctrine? Basically he could not be wrong . I think this was put into writ sometime in the late 1980's/early 1990's. Obviously, his church believed him. For well over a decade, Parker was a beacon of wine expertise...to myself and many here. His newslett...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 21st, 2019, 6:22 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2010 Biggio-Hamina Riesling Amity Vineyard
Replies: 4
Views: 172

Re: TN: 2010 Biggio-Hamina Riesling Amity Vineyard

Jason, 2010 was relatively cool with a long October harvest window allowing adequate ripening with lower brix. The best wines are lovely, elegant and restrained with good natural acidity. The better Pinots seem quite age-worthy. One of the top vintages of the 2000s IMHO. Not every wine holds true to...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 21st, 2019, 1:53 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: New Guy disillusioned with WA
Replies: 167
Views: 8260

Re: New Guy disillusioned with WA

Greg, you nailed it, word for word it would have been my response in this thread. Also attended several wine dinners with Mark present. We may have met along the way at one of those dinners. I met Mr Glasser and many other members at these events. In person Mark was so different, yes he could dish ...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 21st, 2019, 1:34 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2010 Biggio-Hamina Riesling Amity Vineyard
Replies: 4
Views: 172

TN: 2010 Biggio-Hamina Riesling Amity Vineyard

2010 Biggio-Hamina Riesling Amity Vineyard The 2010 Amity vineyard Riesling was a swan song for us. When I worked at Archery Summit for Gary Andrus my wife and I rented a house from Myron Redford. Polar opposites, but tremendous cork pullers. I learned a bunch from both of them. Anyways Myron was l...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 18th, 2019, 12:53 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Paris-Roubaix with the Boys: 1993 Dunn HB, 1986 La Dominique, 2002 d’Armailhac, 2004 Giscours
Replies: 25
Views: 858

Re: Paris-Roubaix with the Boys: 1993 Dunn HB, 1986 La Dominique, 2002 d’Armailhac, 2004 Giscours

I'm still waiting for you guys to come and join the amateur Ronde Van Vlaanderen on Saturday ( day before the race , thousands join , including a lot of Yankees ) . I promise to organize a TOP dinner afterwards . For those who finish the 260 km . But.....it's hilly! Owl-dude...training goal for 202...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 18th, 2019, 9:34 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Work is lots of Oregon Pinots
Replies: 12
Views: 1196

Re: Work is lots of Oregon Pinots

Been hearing good things about Franny Beck for a while. Need to try some. Never tasted or seen Flaneur or Violin....or One Hundred Sun or Redolent or Guillen Cellars.

Nice exploration!

RT
by Richard T r i m p i
April 18th, 2019, 9:29 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?
Replies: 308
Views: 17736

Re: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?

Richard, Pinot Gris and PGC? I wasn't aware of Patty Green producing a Pinot Gris. Perhaps a long time ago or maybe thinking about PGC's Sauvignon Blanc? James Yes, likely a faulty memory here. Jim Anderson is allergic to Pinot Gris. Did they play with it early in the 2000s? I'm familiar with their...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 18th, 2019, 9:16 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?
Replies: 308
Views: 17736

Re: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?

Pinot Gris gets treated as a second-class citizen from winemaking perspective - just like Chardonnay used to get treated. True. Burgundy Grand Crus are widely recognized as the pinnacle of Chardonnay, but there're terrific examples all over the globe. Burgundy has set a high bar. OR is producing so...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 18th, 2019, 7:24 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Paris-Roubaix with the Boys: 1993 Dunn HB, 1986 La Dominique, 2002 d’Armailhac, 2004 Giscours
Replies: 25
Views: 858

Re: Paris-Roubaix with the Boys: 1993 Dunn HB, 1986 La Dominique, 2002 d’Armailhac, 2004 Giscours

....the one race I’d want to win were I a pro. Defines cycling as a brutal sport of perseverance. The winner cycles for about 6 hours in crappy weather, on crappy roads, on multiple stages of cobbles that destroy bike parts, cause accidents and blow tyres. Unlike Tour de France, this is a race buil...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 18th, 2019, 5:13 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?
Replies: 308
Views: 17736

Re: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?

Don't know Fossil & Fawn. There're so many tiny OR producers that it's very hard to keep up unless you're local. Pinot Gris can be done well but it requires effort...and probably a little added expense and the results can be good (noting that so many are neutral at best). The typical style is never ...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 17th, 2019, 4:30 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?
Replies: 308
Views: 17736

Re: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?

I’d throw Belle Pente’s into the mix too. Have to admit I don’t remember the Goodfellow Pinot Gris, though surely I tried it when I tasted with him last fall. Certainly remember the Pinot Boir, Chardonnay and Syrah though.... Well....that triggered a memory cell. Brian shared a 1992 or 1993 (can't ...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 17th, 2019, 5:41 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?
Replies: 308
Views: 17736

Re: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?

2016 Goodfellow Clover Pinot Gris Reserve It's not fat. It's not over-ripe. It's not oaky. It's well made. It's pleasant. It's perfectly drinkable and it's Pinot Gris. It's better than most. It'd probably be best for me to taste/drink all Pinot Gris blind...or drink something else. Oregon Pinot Gri...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 13th, 2019, 3:25 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?
Replies: 308
Views: 17736

Re: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?

2015 Goodfellow Cellars Deux Vert Syrah “Cool climate” Syrah from a warm OR vintage. Shoe leather, tobacco and herbs with savory blackberry. Bright acidity featuring pomegranate and plums in the mouth. Massaging tannins. This is a structured accessible effort. No distracting wood or heat/ripeness. ...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 12th, 2019, 3:29 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?
Replies: 308
Views: 17736

Re: What Goodfellow/Matello are you drinking?

The '17 Whistling Ridge Blanc that Sean ^^^ gave me. Lovely vibrant wine, wonderful aromatics, masterful blend. (62% Riesling, 18% Pinot Noir, 14% Pinot Blanc, 6% Gewurztraminer.) 2016 Goodfellow Cellars Whistling Ridge Blanc White pepper, gooseberry, celery seed, and a spiciness reminscent of grun...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 11th, 2019, 9:56 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2008 Thomas Pinot Noir Dundee Hills
Replies: 10
Views: 836

Re: TN: 2008 Thomas Pinot Noir Dundee Hills

Thanks for the update. My last taste was at the July 2015 Post-IPNC group tasting. https://www.wineberserkers.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=114955 It was lackluster, IMHO, compared to the overall lineup...which was pretty strong. Probably time to check-in again soon....although the cognoscenti seem ...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 11th, 2019, 6:37 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Wine Drinking In France Sucks
Replies: 55
Views: 4489

Re: Wine Drinking In France Sucks

Jeremy Holmes wrote:
April 10th, 2019, 11:03 pm
Being in an abstemious mood....
Yeah, that can increase the suckiness of wine drinking in France.

RT
by Richard T r i m p i
April 10th, 2019, 11:34 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: Wine Shops in Frankfurt & Milan
Replies: 14
Views: 541

Re: Wine Shops in Frankfurt & Milan

Visited N'Ombra de Vin, Enoteca Ronchi and Peck....probably a decade ago. Cool shops. Sorry to hear that Enoteca Ronchi is no more? That was my favorite of the three.

My wife might be headed to Milan on business in a few weeks so thanks for the suggestions.

RT
by Richard T r i m p i
April 6th, 2019, 6:07 am
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2013 Thomas Pinot Noir Dundee Hills
Replies: 25
Views: 1413

Re: TN: 2013 Thomas Pinot Noir Dundee Hills

Consumed the 2013 over a period of 3 days. My particular bottle was unflawed and showed fresh and red fruited...lots of cranberry and red briar fruit with secondary OR "woodsy" notes and hints of black cherry. The fruit is sweet but not jammy or raisined. Plenty of balancing acidity. No noticeable h...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 4th, 2019, 6:06 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2013 Thomas Pinot Noir Dundee Hills
Replies: 25
Views: 1413

Re: TN: 2013 Thomas Pinot Noir Dundee Hills

Gentlemen..."reclusive" does not mean "antisocial". It does not mean "socially inept". It means (Merriam Webster definition): "seeking solitude"...i.e: privacy. Which sounds exactly as Scott describes and consistent with other encounters. How many OR wine producers with similar years of experience h...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 4th, 2019, 1:20 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2013 Thomas Pinot Noir Dundee Hills
Replies: 25
Views: 1413

Re: TN: 2013 Thomas Pinot Noir Dundee Hills

Mitch, my main point is mostly that Thomas is a small...let's call it "niche" artisan producer. I'm not sure I know any small producers with long track records (making wines I prefer) who aren't "eccentric". I mentioned "fairly reclusive" because it's a fair description. Try scheduling an appointmen...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 4th, 2019, 12:42 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2013 Thomas Pinot Noir Dundee Hills
Replies: 25
Views: 1413

Re: TN: 2013 Thomas Pinot Noir Dundee Hills

Flawed bottles are par for the Thomas course. The highs can put them near the top of the OR heap. On average, they're on par with a fairly large group of producers that I consider to be the "usual suspects". You'll also encounter appreciably more duds. John Thomas is eccentric, fairly reclusive and ...
by Richard T r i m p i
April 3rd, 2019, 1:52 pm
Forum: Wine Talk
Topic: TN: 2012 Domaine de la Pépière (Marc Ollivier) Muscadet de Sèvre-et-Maine Clisson
Replies: 22
Views: 735

Re: TN: 2012 Domaine de la Pépière (Marc Ollivier) Muscadet de Sèvre-et-Maine Clisson

There are three Muscadets that I have in numbers in my cellar, Pepiere Briords, Pepiere Clisson and Luneau-Papin L d'Or. I've never even given a thought as to which I preferred. I wouldn't want to be without any of the 3. Throw in some Jo Landron Amphibolite and Fief du Breil and you're in my cella...

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