Ken V: A mag of good old (1990 or older) Nebbiolo.
Paul David +2: Champagne de Meric cuvee Sous Bois 1999,
Champagne Duval -Leroy Brut 1996,
JJ Prum WS Spat 1999 (so we can have a mini vert going with the 98 & 01),
Francesco Rinaldi Cannubbio 1990 bottle 7351,
PdB Riserva Pora 1985 bottle 10024.
Carrie D +1: 1996 Scharzhofberger Spatlese, 1999 von Schubert Maximin Grunhauser Spatlese, and
2001 J.J. Prum Wehlener Sonnenuhr Spatlese.
David Cohen: 97 Bollinger grand annee or 71er mosel-saar-ruwer ockfener bockstein or 71 la tour du haut-moulin? or 77 dow or 77 fonseca
an all riesling table maybe a little much for my liking, I like a little variety during the course of an evening, howabout if me make theme older riesling/nebbiolo vintages with a bubbly and a port to start/finish the evening.
I can bring any of the above from the 70’s, 80’s or 90’s!
Darn Ken I’m crushed, coming all the way from Denver armed with Bubbles & Nebbiolo & now you are leaving your own table? Say it ain’t so …
Joining me will be my dear wife Susan & our lovely friend Stacy. So whoever is taking over the table (Carrie ?) please add 3
Sounds great. You Have my head count correct. Most of my Rieslings do not qualify as old so I will bring a couple of Champagnes from the 90’s and a few Baroli. I can adjust selections based on themes preferences etc.
Ken any thoughts on the Nebbiolos , year, sub-region ? lets have some fun with this…
Carrie, As for the port, I guess it all depends on how you plan on getting home, and in what shape you want to be later on, as Sunday progresses
Ken I am not sure as to what everyone else is thinking, but lets throw this out there to get the conversation going: we can bring one of the 85 Single vineyard Produttori and a 1990 Rinaldi, or we can go with something younger from the 96-01 period - I’ll let some of the other folks chime in and can adjust accordingly. Cheers !