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#12101 Post by Brian S t o t t e r »

Went back to the 2018 Donnhoff Hermannshohle GG after a week in the fridge. It is much more open and expressive, love it!
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#12102 Post by jprusack »

Cindy W a n wrote: July 25th, 2020, 8:30 am
2012 Lafarge Volnay
any notes on this? i have several and wondering if its time to try one.
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#12103 Post by AAgrawal »

jprusack wrote: July 29th, 2020, 6:42 pm
Cindy W a n wrote: July 25th, 2020, 8:30 am
2012 Lafarge Volnay
any notes on this? i have several and wondering if its time to try one.
Yes, my notes on CT from Cindy's bottle:
Pandemic Zoom Wine Tasting (Home): Tasted blind. Light ruby, minimal bricking; a bit richer and denser on the nose, seems a bit tight but coiled with a lot behind it, dark cherry with a bit of spice that reminds me of Vosne; palate is light bodied, elegant red fruits, nice mouthfeel, balanced low-medium tannin, excellent medium-plus acidity; medium to medium-plus finish. I like this. 93
With air, this shut down fairly hard. Hard to rate now, ~90. I think when this opens up it will be excellent value...

I would recommend holding, unless you had a pressing reason to open. Either way it shows well.
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#12106 Post by Randy Bowman »

2019 La Follette Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. Pretty impressive for as young as it is.
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#12107 Post by melvinyeo »

2001 Domaine Denis Bachelet Gevrey-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes - Took the best part of 7 hours to open up but pretty much at peak now. Very muted at first on both the nose and palate with a strong bitterness. A Vosne-like spice emerged with a little sweet kirsch-y finish, before evolving into a more Gevrey-like rusticity of sous bois and mushroom. Interesting that the wine opened up not only in terms of the volume of flavour, but also texture which became a lot more sensuous. Good concentration from old vines, impeccable balance by a good producer. Wines like these are the reason why people fall into the rabbit hole of Burgs. Lovely.

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#12108 Post by Brian S t o t t e r »

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2018 Patty Green Estate. Young but oh so good.
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#12113 Post by LMD Ermitaño »

Dinner tonight was pick-up from a nearby Italian restaurant - simple & comforting - the wines too: 2019 Forchir Pinot Grigio “Lamis”, and, 2013 Antinori Badia a Passignano Chianti Classico Gran Selezione (decanted for aeration for 2 hours before pouring).
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#12114 Post by RyanC »

jprusack wrote: July 29th, 2020, 6:42 pm
Cindy W a n wrote: July 25th, 2020, 8:30 am
2012 Lafarge Volnay
any notes on this? i have several and wondering if its time to try one.
I have several CT notes on this wine. I love it. It's young and needs time but it has beautiful fruit and impeccable balance and the soulful character that makes Lafarge so special.
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#12115 Post by Ron Erickson »

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#12116 Post by AD Northup »

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#12118 Post by Dan Hammer »

2011 Quivet Cab Sauvignon Kenefick Napa went well with a Flannery ribeye.
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#12119 Post by Sharad S. »

2016 Hall Napa Valley Cab

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#12120 Post by A1ex H »

2012 Arnoux-Lachaux Clos Vougeot

Night 1: The nose has notes of bright red fruit - cherries and perhaps a hint of strawberries. There is a sweetness to the fruit. There is also almost a savory element that almost splits the line between herbs and pepper. The palate is linear and framed with a bright, integrated acidity. Like the nose, the fruit is bright red cherries. There is also a floral element. The wine is relatively tannic for a Burgundy and concentrated - mouth coating. Definitely primary but enjoyable. It has a long life ahead of it.

Night 2: similar to the first night but certainly more open. The palate is still linear but the fruit is more visible and delineated. If you opened it now, I would decant it and give it lots of air.
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#12121 Post by jon leifer »

2017 Goodfellow Whistling Ridge Chardonnay...Lovely wine, went well with Teriyaki Salmon and wild rice..One of the best white wines I have tasted in a long time..Bravo, Marcus, well done!!
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On deck... 2013 Myriad Dr Crane cabernet.
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#12123 Post by KenL. »

2013 Rivers-Marie Corona...Still fairly tannic, black fruits and good acidity.
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#12124 Post by Neal.Mollen »

1999 Chateau D'Armailhac. An under-rated vintage and a really nice wine.
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2017 Carlisle Compagni Portis. Enjoyed with fresh Salmon.
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#12127 Post by Robert.A.Jr. »

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#12128 Post by Gordon Fitz »

For dinner: 2006 Domaine Serene Grace Pinot Noir.

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#12129 Post by Alex N »

2016 Grgich merlot. Forgot how much I like this sort of older school style from Napa. Great food wine.
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#12130 Post by RyanC »

.375 of 2012 Willi Schaefer Graacher Himmelreich Auslese - Very enjoyable but not for the faint of heart. This has ripe, bold tropical and exotic fruit, with an opulent texture, and sizzling acidity. Given the hyper-charged components, the balance is impressive.
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#12131 Post by Mich@el Ch@ng »

2018 Argyros Atlantis, fantastic warm weather wine
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#12132 Post by Jeff_M. »

84' Spottswoode. I opened one of these in May and the bottle was over the top. Fruit was gone and it was just not as pleasant as could be.

This bottle jumped out on the nose as soon as I removed the cork. Took a sip and found it to be quite large. Came back for another sip 20 minutes later and it started to open up some. 20 minutes after that and it was almost singing. About an hour into the pour I paired this with 12 oz Flannery NY steaks and found the wine to be explosive with the fruit still shining. I will chalk up the previous bottle to bottle variation. Another great bottle of Spottswoode.
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#12133 Post by Sean S y d n e y »

Another 2017 Tollot-Beaut Chorey-lès-Beaune. This is my third and last bottle. Seriously, this is so, so good - beautiful pure red fruit coulis, just a bit of sous-bois, and a silky texture. I wish I had another case.
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#12134 Post by Brian S t o t t e r »

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#12135 Post by TimF »

Nice value weeknight Burg.
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#12136 Post by A1ex H »

Marc Colin et Fils Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Caillerets:
A hint of reduction on the nose. The nose contains notes of apple, baked bread and white flowers. The palate is deep and concentrated with notes of ripe apple, pear, a touch of lemon and a streak of mineralite. Definitely a slightly richer white Burgundy but still has the acidity to stay more than in balance. A very nice premier cru.
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2018 Ferme de la Sansonnière (Mark Angeli) Rosé d'un Jour - Word play on Rose d’Anjou as it wasn’t accepted by appellation rules. I didn’t expect this to be sweet, it has a hefty amount of residual sugar but still manages to be light and elegant. Blood orange, peaches and a honeyed note. If you like bubble tea this is definitely a wine for you. Fits into the category of fun natural.

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#12138 Post by jon leifer »

2012 Biggio-Hamina Pinot Noir Zenith Vyd,,an Oregon PN that clearly has aged quite nicely,, drinking well now and no signs of going OTH any time soon
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#12140 Post by Brian S t o t t e r »

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2015 chapellet prichard , my wife retired and the wine life will be not the sane
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#12142 Post by KenL. »

2014 Aurelian Verdet NSG from the stash I got during close out special a few years ago.
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#12143 Post by Marlon F »

2016 Ridge Lytton estate Petite Syrah... great wine
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#12144 Post by Dennis Atick »

Last night, 1970 Borgogno Barolo. Was pretty great for about an hour after a 3 hour decant.
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#12145 Post by Robert.A.Jr. »

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That’s awesome 😎
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#12146 Post by Joe Chanley »

2012 Guion Prestige - love cheap wines that can age like this

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#12147 Post by melvinyeo »

2016 Jean-Philippe Fichet Bourgogne Blanc Vieilles Vignes - Supposed insider’s wine as one of the sources is beside the Charmes plot in Meursault. Not showing much unfortunately at this stage - didn’t have anything that pointed towards a burgundy white. Only redeeming factor was a decent finish for a Bourgogne Blanc. Not a fan of 16 whites in general so will seek out another vintage of this.

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#12148 Post by Dave McIsaac »

Robert.A.Jr. wrote: August 6th, 2020, 4:49 am
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#12149 Post by Vikrant Rachakonda »

Klinker Brick 2015 Old Vine Zinfandel: I love these sub-20 dollar Lodi Zins!

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#12150 Post by A1ex H »

2017 Claude Dugat Gevrey Chambertin - an enjoyable but somewhat simple look into the 2017 vintage.
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