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#1 Post by Neal.Mollen »

I will have a special bottle of champagne on ice (96 Clos des Goisses?).

And a bottle of kerosene.

Plans?
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#2 Post by Sarah Kirschbaum »

Whisky, only the amount is variable.
Sort of ITB - my husband imports a small amount of sake and I help out

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#3 Post by Curtis Chen »

Brandy for me.

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#4 Post by Eric White »

well, it also happens to be our 30th anniversary (boy, 2020 really took the wind out of our milestone sails!), so with Prime Rib it will be a recent WineBid purchase:

1990 Liparita Cabernet Sauvignon

(thanks Victor for the heads-up on these!)

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#5 Post by Al Osterheld »

Treating it like just another evening, will figure it out tomorrow.

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#6 Post by saul_cooperstein »

Sarah Kirschbaum wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 11:58 am Whisky, only the amount is variable.
Whiskey or whisky?

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#7 Post by M. Dildine »

Neal.Mollen wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 11:57 am I will have a special bottle of champagne on ice (96 Clos des Goisses?).

And a bottle of kerosene.

Plans?
Looking like a Champagne night for you Neal.

For me? Zinfandel. With a good local pizza. Only the best - I smell victory!
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#8 Post by Sarah Kirschbaum »

saul_cooperstein wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 12:06 pm
Sarah Kirschbaum wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 11:58 am Whisky, only the amount is variable.
Whiskey or whisky?
Whisky, of course. My spelling is precise at most times, particularly on such an important subject.

(What irony that I had to edit for a typo. :) )
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#9 Post by Neal.Mollen »

Eric White wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 12:00 pm well, it also happens to be our 30th anniversary (boy, 2020 really took the wind out of our milestone sails!), so with Prime Rib it will be a recent WineBid purchase:

1990 Liparita Cabernet Sauvignon

(thanks Victor for the heads-up on these!)
Happy anniversary Eric!
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#10 Post by Todd F r e n c h »

Wanting to use one of my American Icon wines from the recently-delivered Ravenswood library cellar, I chose a wine from the first year I voted - 1989 - Ravenswood Zinfandel Cooke
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Thanks Neal!

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#13 Post by Sarah S »

Faethm Fingers Crossed Grenache. Normally I'd wait on the bottle, and I'm not superstitious, but any bit of magic that can help overcome this dumpster fire that we are living in- even sacrificing a 3 year old bottle of wine- is going to be in play tomorrow.
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Been giving this some thought. My initial reaction was that the bottle should be American. But four years ago we were in New Zealand during the election. We got to our hotel in Wellington just as it was looking like Trump was going to win. That sure made the evening and second half of our trip interesting. Anyway, we eventually made it to Rippon Winery. There we bought a Pinot, and it’s the only bottle we still have from the trip. I think that’s going to be our election night bottle.

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I'm thinking of something with a bit of stink on the nose, with not much taste either way on the unsatisfying palate, but a loooooooong finish.

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#16 Post by Sarah Kirschbaum »

Sarah S wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 12:40 pm Faethm Fingers Crossed Grenache. Normally I'd wait on the bottle, and I'm not superstitious, but any bit of magic that can help overcome this dumpster fire that we are living in- even sacrificing a 3 year old bottle of wine- is going to be in play tomorrow.
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#17 Post by Hal Blumberg »

Neal,

Drink the champagne first!

Cheers,

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#18 Post by Sherri S h a p i r o »

No kinehoras. BUT depending on what we know and when we know it, the best champagne I have.

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#19 Post by Scott G r u n e r »

hopefully not hemlock
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#20 Post by Jay Miller »

given that we might not know the results for a few days I'll probably take another glass of 2005 Musar from 3 oz bottle and do the celebrating/drowning of sorrows at dinner on Saturday.
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#21 Post by Jeff_M. »

Have Flannery steaks pulled from the freezer for tomorrow. Haven't decided which bottle to pull just yet.
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#23 Post by RichardFlack »

Something that will last for three days or so opened , not sure yet will depend on menu. On the weekend, one of my few decent US wines if Biden is winning, and in the alternative something with greater anaesthetic properties.

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#24 Post by Jud Reis »

Bourbon, like Sarah the amount will be highly dependent on how the evening goes...

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Paul Miller wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 12:44 pm Anyway, we eventually made it to Rippon Winery. There we bought a Pinot, and it’s the only bottle we still have from the trip. I think that’s going to be our election night bottle.
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Todd F r e n c h wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 12:32 pm Wanting to use one of my American Icon wines from the recently-delivered Ravenswood library cellar, I chose a wine from the first year I voted - 1989 - Ravenswood Zinfandel Cooke
I got one of those so I will be looking forward to your note.
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Jay Miller wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:21 pm given that we might not know the results for a few days I'll probably take another glass of 2005 Musar from 3 oz bottle and do the celebrating/drowning of sorrows at dinner on Saturday.
1.5 Litre of Fortaleza Anejo Tequila. A little to sip each night until we find out the winner...might be a while especially if 45 refutes votes and demands a re-count/investigation.

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#30 Post by Paul Miller »

Eric White wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:27 pm
Paul Miller wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 12:44 pm Anyway, we eventually made it to Rippon Winery. There we bought a Pinot, and it’s the only bottle we still have from the trip. I think that’s going to be our election night bottle.
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#31 Post by Neal.Mollen »

Jay Miller wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:21 pm given that we might not know the results for a few days I'll probably take another glass of 2005 Musar from 3 oz bottle and do the celebrating/drowning of sorrows at dinner on Saturday.
We might know. Nate Silver says ~60% chance we will know by 3:00 am. Nate Cohen at the NYT says we should have NC, FL, and GA early -- like 8:30. If one of those goes D, the die is pretty much cast. (I have my doubts about an early FL call, but these guys are the pros).
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#32 Post by lleichtman »

Neal.Mollen wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:38 pm
Jay Miller wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:21 pm given that we might not know the results for a few days I'll probably take another glass of 2005 Musar from 3 oz bottle and do the celebrating/drowning of sorrows at dinner on Saturday.
We might know. Nate Silver says ~60% chance we will know by 3:00 am. Nate Cohen at the NYT says we should have NC, FL, and GA early -- like 8:30. If one of those goes D, the die is pretty much cast. (I have my doubts about an early FL call, but these guys are the pros).
It depends, we may or may not know with all of the absentee balloting going on. My preference is Del Maguey Mezcal. Lots of it. [stirthepothal.gif]
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#33 Post by D@vid Bu3ker »

Todd F r e n c h wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 12:32 pm Wanting to use one of my American Icon wines from the recently-delivered Ravenswood library cellar, I chose a wine from the first year I voted - 1989 - Ravenswood Zinfandel Cooke
Umm...isn't there a bottle of Icon in your box?
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#34 Post by Jonathan Loesberg »

All those states will have their returns in probably. But if they are very close, they may not be able to be called. Florida and Georgia in particular look close. But, while Trump could lose NC and win, I agree t's hard to see him winning if he loses Florida. And if he loses Georgia it's hard not to see it as the indication of a Biden night, even if the other states aren't able to be called.

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#35 Post by D@vid Bu3ker »

A magnum of something. I really don't care what. The higher the ABV the better.
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#36 Post by c fu »

lleichtman wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:54 pm
Neal.Mollen wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:38 pm
Jay Miller wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:21 pm given that we might not know the results for a few days I'll probably take another glass of 2005 Musar from 3 oz bottle and do the celebrating/drowning of sorrows at dinner on Saturday.
We might know. Nate Silver says ~60% chance we will know by 3:00 am. Nate Cohen at the NYT says we should have NC, FL, and GA early -- like 8:30. If one of those goes D, the die is pretty much cast. (I have my doubts about an early FL call, but these guys are the pros).
It depends, we may or may not know with all of the absentee balloting going on. My preference is Del Maguey Mezcal. Lots of it. [stirthepothal.gif]
every state is different re: absentee/mail in/early voting. Florida already started counting. But Pennsylvania counties are not permitted to count mail in / absentee votes until 7am on election day. So some counties in Penn are not even counting their mail in votes until after election day.
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Paul Miller wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 12:44 pm Been giving this some thought. My initial reaction was that the bottle should be American. But four years ago we were in New Zealand during the election. We got to our hotel in Wellington just as it was looking like Trump was going to win. That sure made the evening and second half of our trip interesting. Anyway, we eventually made it to Rippon Winery. There we bought a Pinot, and it’s the only bottle we still have from the trip. I think that’s going to be our election night bottle.
My wife & I were in Piedmont during the last election. What a unique and unforgettable experience. I'm not entirely sure I want to be drinking wine on election night. I feel like I may want to hyper-hydrate for when the final votes are counted & I'm not certain that will be election night.
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#38 Post by Neal.Mollen »

c fu wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 2:01 pm
lleichtman wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:54 pm
Neal.Mollen wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:38 pm

We might know. Nate Silver says ~60% chance we will know by 3:00 am. Nate Cohen at the NYT says we should have NC, FL, and GA early -- like 8:30. If one of those goes D, the die is pretty much cast. (I have my doubts about an early FL call, but these guys are the pros).
It depends, we may or may not know with all of the absentee balloting going on. My preference is Del Maguey Mezcal. Lots of it. [stirthepothal.gif]
every state is different re: absentee/mail in/early voting. Florida already started counting. But Pennsylvania counties are not permitted to count mail in / absentee votes until 7am on election day. So some counties in Penn are not even counting their mail in votes until after election day.
yeah in PA it is all county-by-county. Some will start counting absentees at 7:00 am; others will count them last. Unless the vote is very sizably tilted, PA is going to be a late call.
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#39 Post by Brian S t o t t e r »

2018 Cedric Bouchard Côte de Val Vilaine in the fridge.

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#40 Post by P@u1_M3nk3s »

Neal.Mollen wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 2:05 pm
c fu wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 2:01 pm
lleichtman wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 1:54 pm

It depends, we may or may not know with all of the absentee balloting going on. My preference is Del Maguey Mezcal. Lots of it. [stirthepothal.gif]
every state is different re: absentee/mail in/early voting. Florida already started counting. But Pennsylvania counties are not permitted to count mail in / absentee votes until 7am on election day. So some counties in Penn are not even counting their mail in votes until after election day.
yeah in PA it is all county-by-county. Some will start counting absentees at 7:00 am; others will count them last. Unless the vote is very sizably tilted, PA is going to be a late call.
I also heard from a couple of pollsters in a company call that they think we should know around 2 AM or so where the election is going. For me, it's going to be gin and champagne: “I could not live without Champagne. In victory I deserve it, in defeat I need it.” - WC
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#41 Post by P@u1_M3nk3s »

Brian, we seem to be on the same wavelength!
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#42 Post by Rob_S »

Bourbon Manhattans and I have a bottle of '95 Heidsieck BdM in the fridge just in case.
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P@u1_M3nk3s wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 2:23 pm Brian, we seem to be on the same wavelength!
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I like a good red blend. One bottle maybe two. I am tired of the campaign!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Who cares its over!!!

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#47 Post by Jay Opperman »

Depending on who wins-A great bottle of old burgundy or I will need an 18 L of anything!

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#49 Post by Anton D »

I've decided!

If I get home and it's looking my way, a 2013 Roy Piper cab!
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#50 Post by Todd F r e n c h »

Anton D wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 3:13 pm I've decided!

If I get home and it's looking my way, a 2013 Roy Piper cab!
Why wait until it is looking your way? Drink the Piper cab with the confidence its maker has in the results!
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